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19 Mar 2014

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Newark, DE Development Seminar to Explore Regional Real Estate, Workforce Issues of High-Tech Transformation

where local officials have set their sights on the emerging innovation, or knowledge economy, and a new 'creative class' of workers as the best path to economic renewal. Richard K. Wallace,Editor and Publishing Director,The Next Silicon Valley(Q1 2014) Editors Picks LINK: Related Resources Real Estate & the Creative Economy - New Castle County Chamber of Commerce and the Greater Newark Economic Development Partnership The key to economic development often lies in transforming existing assets and evolving new approaches to the work force, and the workplace. This is especially true for a growing number of cities and locations around the U.S. where local officials have set their sights on the emerging innovation, or knowledge economy, and a new creative class of workers as the best path to economic renewal. Case in point? Newark, Delaware, home to the University of Delaware and a region, like many others in the U.S., that has last lost its share of legacy manufacturing and industry in recent years, most notably a Chrysler plant that once produced autos and SUVs.



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