A joint project between FIU and my team at the Creative Class Group, and the first product of the FIU-Miami Creative City Initiative, Miami’s Great Inflection: Toward Shared Prosperity as a Creative and Inclusive Global City, was presented at the Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce’s 2016 Goals Conference on June 16.
Florida thinks Miami is at a turning point. His study — which you can read here or in the recaps by WLRN, Miami Herald, and the Miami New Times — lays out 10 opportunities to put it on the right track.
Richard Florida, the nation’s most famous urban studies scholar, and the FIU-Miami Creative City Initiative came out today with a major in-depth and incisive report on the state of Miami and what we must do to truly become a global city.
Miami and Miami Beach, once a refuge for retirees and those looking for fun and sun is on the rise as a great economic powerhouse, according to a new report from Florida International University and the Creative Class Group, “Miami’s Great Inflection: Toward Shared Prosperity as a Creative and Inclusive Global City.”
South Florida’s gilded path to economic prosperity is paved with advantages, but an equal number of obstacles lie ahead. That’s the conclusion Florida International University and the Creative Class Group, a consulting firm, arrived at following a multi-year economic study.
The future of Miami is bright –it’s a city on the rise, says a new report by FIU and the Creative Class Group.
FIU and the Creative Class Group Release New Report about Miami’s Future as a Creative and Global City.