Global Innovation Agenda Will Grow Stronger in 2013

As we begin a new year, we’d like to wish all our followers a happy and innovative new year in 2013.  The past year, 2012, involved some major activities in the evolution of The Next Silicon Valley, and our visibility seems to have aligned with an equally growing interest in the innovation agenda globally. Many countries have been involved in some way in innovation-related conferences, events or activities – whether they have been governmental, not-for-profit, or for-profit organizations.

We worked very closely with some of these, including the Global Innovation Summit in San Jose and innovaBRICS in London.  We also worked with the International Association of Science Parks annual conference IASP 2012 in Tallinn, Estonia.
The Global Innovation Summit, drew around 400 delegates and participants from 49 countries to Silicon Valley, not to gawk at reality TV crews or to rub elbows with the next Mark Zuckerberg, but in search of answers to what has become one of the world’s – if not the Valley’s – most urgent questions: “How do other countries, regions and cities cultivate ‘innovation ecosystems’ and what is the secret to building the next Silicon Valley?”
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