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The Intelligent Community Forum Announces World’s Smart21 Communities of 2015
Tuesday, October 21, 2014
New York - 21 October 2014 – The Intelligent Community Forum today named the world’s Smart21 Communities of 2015. This select group of communities will now be in contention for the prestigious designation of Intelligent Community of the Year in June 2015. “We have started the search for Toronto’s successor. More important, our analysts have selected 21 communities that have shown progress in their attempt to make the   read full article >>
Walsh Forum to Look for Secret to Brain Gain in Stark County
Thursday, October 16, 2014
North Canton, USA - The Canton Republic newspaper reports on the annual symposium hosted by the   read full article >>
Taking Stock: Robert Bell on Infrastructure
Wednesday, October 1, 2014
New York, USA - Bloomberg Radio's Taking Stock program featured an interview with Robert Bell,   read full article >>
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Tallinn, Estonia (2010)
Saturday, April 24, 2010

In India, business innovators speak of a national tradition of jugaad, which means making do creatively with what you have and never giving up.  The decade of growth in Tallinn that ended in 2008 was based on Estonia's own version of jugaad in both the public and private sectors. After decades of Soviet rule, Estonia achieved admission to the European Union in 2005 and had become what the New York Times called "a sort of Silicon Valley on the Baltic."  As the nation's capital and economic center, Tallinn benefited from inspired national policy but also made its own unique contributions.

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3rd Annual ICF Institute Symposium at The Walsh University Institute for the Study of the Intelligent Community
Date: October 21 - 23, 2014
In October, The Walsh University Institute for the Study of the Intelligent Community will be More>>
Webinar: Lessons from the Intelligent Community of the Year: Applying the Toronto Model to your City
Date: October 23, 2014
Time: 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Last June, Toronto was named the Intelligent Community of the Year by the Intelligent Community More>>
Connected Future Conference 2014
Date: October 29, 2014
MAKE THE FUTURE In cooperation with the eSociety Platform, the Province of Brabant and the More>>
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Intelligent Community Forum and University of Oulu, Finland Start Research Collaboration
Oulu, Finland - The Intelligent Community Forum and the University of Oulu are announcing the launch of a new research collaboration to study innovation platforms and innovative policies in three of ICF’s top-level
ICF Institute Created to Aid Community Development
Starkville, USA - Mississippi State University and the Intelligent Community Forum announce that Mississippi State University Extension Service is now designated an Intelligent Community Institute, the second of its kind in
20 Years After it Began the World's Intelligent Community Movement Heads to Toronto
Toronto, Canada - The Economic Development Journal of Canada posts an article by John Jung, co-founder of the Intelligent Community Forum on the 20 year evolution of the Intelligent Community movement. Read More >>>
Fibre-optic Broadband Critical as Any Municipal Service, Waterloo Panel Hears
Waterloo, Canada — City and rural governments across southwestern Ontario are organizing to bring ultra high-speed Internet to 300 communities, making the web at least 100 times faster than the best service currently
Gigabit City Broadband Becomes a Newmarket Election Issue
Newmarket, Canada - Last night at the Newmarket Theatre political debate, gigabit broadband became a contentious election issue. Incumbent Regional Councillor, John Taylor, and Mayor Tony Van Bynen are clearly running on
Chattanooga's High-Speed Broadband Brings High-Stakes Battle Over Fiber-Optic Expansion
When Joyce Coltrin looks outside the front door of her wholesale plant business, her gaze stops at a spot less than a half mile away. All she can do is stare in disbelief at the spot in rural Bradley County where access to



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