#308 Growing a Collaborative Civic Innovation Ecosystem in Chattanooga
Chattanooga made national headlines when it launched its advanced broadband infrastructure, now capable of 10 gigabit-per-second connectivity community wide, but fully realizing the value of that investment took time.
Andrew Rodgers, Director of Research and Applications Development at The Enterprise Center, will share how a small community brought together existing legacy organizations in an open, collaborative way to capitalize on the initial infrastructure investment, and expand it into a thriving civic innovation ecosystem that is driving cutting edge research outcomes in a unique way.
Andrew is visiting Chicago this week to participate in the Chicago City Solutions workshop, an event for city leaders co-hosted by he City of Chicago and the City Tech Collaborative in partnership with Uraia to facilitate city-to-city project learning across infrastructure, public health, emergency preparedness, and mobility.
RSVP required Braintree now requires all attendees to RSVP beforehand. Walk-ins will not be allowed!
ASL This event will have an American Sign Language interpreter.
Food Food and drinks will be provided. We encourage attendees to bring their own water bottles to reduce waste.
Agenda and meeting notes
Sponsor City Tech Collaborative
American Sign Language interpreter
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