What Would Google Do: Re-Thinking Economic Development in the Internet Age

Posted by Guillermo Mazier on Oct 1, 2010 12:34:34 PM

In 2009, well known journalist-turned-entrepreneur Jeff Jarvis produced “What Would Google Do?,” a book that took the business world by storm and just recently, at IEDC Columbus, brought together some of economic development's top minds to present "What Would Google Do: Re-Thinking Economic Development in the Internet Age."

Arguably the most provocative and talked about session at the IEDC 2010 conference, Atlas Advertising's CEO, Ben Wright and others offered invaluable insights to a shift in the traditional economic development paradigm. The session offered eight ways that Economic Developers can really differentiate their communities in this competitive and global marketplace. A big thanks to all of those who attended, we hope to see you next year!
IEDC 2010 What Would Google Do: Re-Thinking Economic Development in the Internet Age?
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