by Julie Huls | Aug 6, 2020 | innovation economy,digital revolution | 0 comments
Waymaker Group was founded 2 years ago on the premise that every company is (or is becoming) a tech company and that every community needs a new playbook to accommodate our new innovation economy. COVID-19, the resulting recession, and the Black Lives Matter movement have further solidified the reality that the formulas for growing innovation economies have changed. Listen to the message below from Julie Huls, Waymaker CEO.
Smart communities are investing in innovation strategies that take advantage of workforce redistribution, work-from-home, shifts in education and workforce training, and the necessity of improving talent diversity and inclusion across the board. Our team consists of executives with decades of experience building, and re-engineering, innovation economies. See what we've been building in Kenosha, WI.
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If you or someone in your community is curious about what it takes to integrate innovation into your local economy, or better, build an innovation district of any scale, please contact us at Waymaker. As we reboot for recovery in 2021, take to heart what author Mary Ann Evans had to say: “It is never too late to be what you might have been.”