A new kind of city is being built across Canada and the United States, as the industrial economy begins to implement new tools in innovation to build more prosperous, equitable opportunities in towns and cities across Ontario and the continent.
Places once defined by a single industry are building innovative and inclusive new economies. Towns mid-sized cities are partnering with business, colleges and universities to catalyze talent and build social equity, renew their urban spaces and accelerate the transition to a more prosperous future.
To build more opportunity, cities, companies, public and social institutions and Indigenous communities must build new partnerships to implement the tools of tomorrow. How can that happen more quickly?
Join us at CityAge: Hamilton on May 24 & 25, 2017
CityAge is delighted to partner with McMaster University and Evergreen to identify the opportunities, ideas, partnerships and investment models essential to building – and re-building – our towns and cities. It will gather a set of speakers and delegates from across North America to look at the replicable examples of how we can build a more prosperous and inclusive future.
Register and learn more at: http://www.cityage.org/hamilton.