On October 22nd the Institute previewed the biennial release of the Bay Area Economic Profile. This 11th edition focuses on understanding the key economic indicators as the regional economy recovers from the COVID-19 recession. The Bay Area Council Economic Institute also launched a new website (BayAreaProfile.com) that will be updated continuously with data on employment, housing markets, population change, and transportation flows. The October 22 webinar featured panels of prominent economists from the private sector and local universities: Jeff Korzenik, Chief Investment Strategist, Fifth Third Bank; Sarah Bohn, Senior Fellow, Public Policy Institute of California; and Mark Duggan, Director, Stanford Institute for Economic Policy Research, as they provide their outlooks for the national and local economies.
Please check back in at BayAreaProfile.com for economic profile updates that will be released through the end of the year.
Trans-Pacific Pathway to Innovation and Growth 2020 is a virtual event bringing together the launch of a new whitepaper commissioned by the American Chamber of Commerce in partnership with Lendlease, Google, Telstra, Salesforce, University of Technology Sydney, Wipro and Cisco. The report provides an overview and insight into the opportunity of trans-Pacific collaboration.
From gold mines to golden minds, our line-up of thought leaders from Government, education and industry will share live their input and expertise on what these insights mean to economic growth, the development and sharing of talent, the development of inclusive communities and creating a world prepared for change and disaster.
Please join us as we take you on a journey from Silicon Valley to Sydney. An opportunity for live Questions and Answers will be provided to ensure you can also ask the question “What will a trans-Pacific collaboration mean to the world of tomorrow?” For an overview of our speakers from Australia and America, and to register to this webinar and see the full agenda please go to the link below. A complete copy of the report will be shared as a gift to all attendees of the webinar.EventBrite »
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Could Fresno be the state’s newest innovation hub? A new Bay Area Council Economic Institute report, entitled The Future is Fresno: How the Valley to Valley Connection Can Propel California’s Long-Term Prosperity, provides an economic blueprint for the Fresno area to take full advantage of the high-speed rail connection to Silicon Valley.
The report will be released at an event in Santa Clara on October 18 hosted by Silicon Valley Bank and in partnership with the Bay Area Council, Central Valley Community Foundation, and Silicon Valley Leadership Group. Join business executives from the Central Valley and state leaders, including Lenny Mendonca, Chief Economic and Business Advisor to Governor Newsom, and Kate Gordon, Director of the Office of Planning and Research, as they outline the important role the Central Valley will have in shaping the future economic trajectory of the state.
Please RSVP via the link below or contact the Bay Area Council at email@example.com with questions.
465 California Street, San Francisco, CA
The program, which will be attended by India’s Ambassador to the United States Honorable Harsh Vardan Shringla, and senior business leaders from the San Francisco Bay Area-Silicon Valley and India, will address the growing synergies between the Bay Area – the world’s technology and innovation leader, and India – the world’s fastest growing major economy. The report’s release comes on the heels of an historic election which saw the largest number of people in history going to the polls to give Prime Minister Narendra Modi an extended mandate for reform. It’s reaffirmation of positive change in India’s economy creates a favorable environment for closer Bay Area-Silicon Valley engagement with India, which the report’s analysis will explore.EventBrite »
San Jose, CA 94113
This report shares the learnings from the BAYEP project and provides recommendations for improving how the region’s business and civic leaders can create an inclusive economy through offering better supports and opportunities for young men of color and others systematically disadvantaged by our economic system. Our findings are informed by a rich literature in collaboration with LeadersUp as well as companion analyses by PolicyLink and Urban Strategies Council. Crucially, the voices of the young men themselves helped guide our conclusions as we incorporate the findings of surveys and focus groups conducted throughout this effort.
The program will feature a roundtable discussion with key stakeholders in inclusive economy efforts. This includes employers, political leaders, community based organizations, talent development partners, policy advocacy organziations and other stakeholders in the workforce development system.
Closed for RSVPs, please contact Estevan Lopez, Research Analyst for more information.