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Toronto, Canada to Host 2015 Intelligent Community Forum Summit & Awards
Thursday, September 11, 2014
(New York, NY, September 11, 2014) - The Intelligent Community Forum today announced that it will hold its 2015 Summit & Awards program from June 9 through June 11 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. This is the first time in 10 years that ICF will hold its annual event outside its home base in New York City. ICF Canada, a newly-formed entity of ICF, will host the event. Waterfront Toronto, which was instrumental in the city’s rise to   read full article >>
A tale of two cities: choosing economic development for the Internet Age
Tuesday, September 23, 2014
Toronto, Canada - Robert Bell, Intelligent Community Forum co-founder writes in EconomicDevelopment.org   read full article >>
Columbus 2020 is on track to exceed economic development goals
Tuesday, September 23, 2014
Columbus, USA - Columbus CEO magazine writes in its October issue about how the city of Columbus, a Top7   read full article >>
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Arlington County, Virginia, USA (2014)
Thursday, January 23, 2014

clientuploads/Images/Arlington Cty Aerial.jpgThe smallest self-governing county in the US, Arlington is also one of its most densely populated, most diverse and most livable.  Livability is a product of forward-looking planning during the 1980s, when the county successfully lobbied for an underground Metrorail line to connect with an existing commercial corridor rather than a less costly route along a future interstate highway.  High-density economic growth took place around Metrorail stations, leaving quiet residential neighborhoods and 1,100 acres of parks and open space beyond.  Bordering Washington DC, of which it was once part, Arlington County has a highly educated population (69% have a university degree) and a public school system ranked in the top 1% nationwide, where students hail from 126 countries and speak nearly 100 languages.  


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