Innovation and the City: Equitable Growth or Growing Divides?
FREE & OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
Tue, April 24, 2018
12:30 PM – 2:00 PM EDT
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The Miami metro is an aspiring hub for entrepreneurship and innovation. While Miami has long been a breeding ground for small businesses, it has historically trailed behind that of leading tech hubs like the San Francisco Bay Area, Austin, Seattle, and Boston-Cambridge. But the tide appears to be turning in Miami’s favor. The arrival of high-tech startups and companies is transforming the fabric of Miami, creating numerous opportunities for real estate and economic development. And, while these initiatives have the ability to drive prosperity and economic growth, they also have the potential to compound our urban divides.
On Tuesday, April 24th, 2018 from 12:30 to 2:00 pm, join Richard Florida, visiting fellow at the FIU Miami Urban Future Initiative, as he engages in conversation with Gabriel Metcalf, president and CEO of SPUR, about how Miami can leverage its growing startup community to drive inclusive growth and avoid deepening inequality and urban divides plaguing other super star cities like San Francisco.
- There is parking available in a pubic garage located at 17th Street and Convention Center Drive, this is two blocks form 420 Lincoln Road.
- The rate is $1 an hour for the first 6 hours.
- Our building is located between Drexel and Washington Avenues. The entrance is on Lincoln Road between the Haagen Dazs and Starbucks Coffee Shops.
Once you enter the lobby on the 1st floor (Lincoln road), take escalator to the second floor towards the elevator in the back to reach the 4th floor.