Connectivity => Brain Gain => Economic Growth
Smart, ambitious, successful people gravitate toward opportunities. Places where their ideas and identities are not only heard – but can flourish. Where good ideas can become reality faster and more efficiently.
And with Lexington being one of America’s 10 most educated cities, we already have the necessary human capital for our needed new economy. That human capital just needs a more efficient community.
A new Lexington culture of connected, enabled citizens can begin constructing a new, 21st century economy in one of America’s 10 most educated cities, immediately.
Related Links and References:
- The Gallup Organization’s World Poll on Global Migration Patterns and Job Creation
- Harvard Business Review, August 2005
- Malcolm Gladwell’s The Tipping Point