"WHAT’S AT STAKE IS WHETHER NEW JOBS, IDEAS AND SERVICES WILL COME FROM THE UNITED STATES… OR STOCKHOLM, SEOUL AND BEIJING WHERE THE KIDS ALREADY PLAY IN VIRTUAL SANDBOXES OF VERY HIGH CAPACITY NETWORKS."
John A. Reilly Visiting Professor in Intellectual Property at Harvard Law School. Author of Captive Audience, Co Author with Stephen Goldsmith of The Responsive City. Former Special Assistant for Science, Technology, and Innovation Policy to President Obama.
ACCELERATING ECONOMIC, COMMUNITY, EDUCATIONAL & HEALTH DEVELOPMENT THROUGH COMMUNITY NETWORKS & COLLECTIVE IMPACT
Our practice is infused with a social purpose: the belief that that our cities, both large and small, are social, economic and innovative incubators and their continued rejuvenation
is essential. We believe that the health of our communities will be enhanced when more “voices” have a place at the table where important decisions are made.
We seek a broader definition of success... a more healthy, technologically savvy and economically diverse definition of community.
To enhance economic health and sustainability by creating broadband capabilities with progressive transportation & transit oriented development that diminish the digital divide within and between communities. And, by attracting talented workers and innovative companies, we will foster cultures that are collaborative, and engaged with each other in a web-enhanced higher quality of life.
Fiber is gasoline on the fire of economic devlopment... and mass transit and transit oriented development is merely the future of our communities.
We overcome a lack of coordination that can inhibit regional success by creating a compelling shared self interest for communities, municipalities, institutions, corporations and entrepreneurial stakeholders.
We leverage control of fiber and private land to provide a unique range of revitalization expertise creating high quality and sustainable economic development.