In 2014, leaders from across sectors in Albuquerque gathered around a table and asked: How do we change the course of our economy? What will it take to truly adapt to new economic realities and creat…
A new $1 million Social Venture Fund will support and scale innovative ventures of entrepreneurs of color.
We sit down with San Francisco entrepreneur Sabrina Mutukisna to talk social impact in this Q&A piece.
Resilience, infrastructure, and equity go hand-in-hand.
Living Cities recently released its scan of entrepreneurship initiatives by Living Cities and its members. In this post, we dive into how we did it and why.
Data and information can be harnessed to power social change.
Five key elements that must be central to any efforts to build inclusive economies.
This #GoodReads series spotlights media and resources that help us better understand racial inequity and what we can do about it.
Take this year's Equipt to Innovate survey to see where your city stands on these 7 elements of good governance.
3 key lessons help chart a path forward for anyone wanting to support the next phase of the municipal innovation movement.
We looked at hundreds of initiatives focused on accelerating entrepreneurship and small business growth, and these are the common themes that emerged.
I challenge collective impact teams working in service of better results for people, especially people who have been marginalized for generations, to consider this formula as a frame to guide their w…
Today, municipal innovation is a movement that has taken hold in cities across the country. But our work isn't over.
Even if you have a wealth of public data, it can be a struggle to engage diverse stakeholders who could use that information to improve their community. Pittsburgh's Data Days are designed to tackle …
Pete Carlson, is President, Regional Growth Strategies. Pete Carlson has thirty years of experience in consulting, research, and policy analysis. For the past eight years, his work has focused on helping regional leaders develop strategies and build…
What do wolves and capital innovation have in common? Read this deep dive into Albuquerque’s InnovateABQ project as an example of multiple capital sources driving catalytic change.
Making procurement more equitable can be challenging. See what four cities are doing to increase contracts and participation with businesses owned by people of color.