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The Manhattan incarnation of The Atlantic and the Aspen Institute’s esteemed Ideas franchise will focus on “The Innovators” in 2013, convening leaders in business, finance, technology, the sciences, and the arts.
Building upon 2012’s successful Economy Summit, The Atlantic gathered today’s leading thinkers on debt and the economy for a daylong event.
On February 13, The Atlantic and The Atlantic Cities launched Start-Up City: Miami, gathering leading entrepreneurs and tech experts from London, New York, California, Kansas City, and more in Miami for a day of discussions about different aspects of the city’s innovation ecosystem.
On February 7 in Washington, D.C., The Atlantic hosted a full-day program focused on all aspects of the manufacturing sector.
The Atlantic's Small Business Forum featured a morning of panel discussions, keynotes, and entrepreneur case studies focused on stimulating prosperity in the small business community.
On December 10, 2012, The Atlantic hosted an afternoon of panel discussions and keynote interviews focused on restoring America’s competitive edge in trade and high-wage job creation.
A keynote address by Bono, lead singer of U2, activist, and co-founder of ONE and (RED); with introductions by Bank of America Chief Executive Officer Brian Moynihan and Georgetown University President John J. DeGioia.
The Atlantic’s Jobs & Economy of the Future Town Hall, underwritten by Microsoft, focused on how to educate the next generation of Americans to compete in the 21st century economy.
On March 16th, The Atlantic will partner with National Journal to host a briefing on the latest Allstate/National Journal Heartland Monitor Poll.
The Economy Summit was a must attend event for those engaged in priming the country, and all of its citizens, for future prosperity.
The Atlantic will host a one-day forum in Washington, D.C., on December 7th to explore the role that high-growth businesses play as our economy recovers. The event will feature panel discussions, keynote speeches, and case studies demonstrating the power of high-growth business in fueling the economy.
The Atlantic invites you to join us on November 10th as we convene a panel of top experts for solutions-oriented conversation on the necessary actions of the public and private sectors to nurture new ideas and educate the American worker for the 21st century.
Please join The Atlantic for a discussion about the current state of individual investor confidence in capital markets.
Please join the Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship and The Atlantic for an evening of conversation with AOL co-founder Steve Case and Atlantic editor Amanda Ripley discussing “Entrepreneurship, Education and the Economy.”
The New Work Era Summit featured one-on-one interviews and keynote speeches with leading corporate, government, and non-profit stakeholders on this issue, followed by a lunch. The takeaway: job creation strategy idea sharing amongst a broad audience of experts.
Senators John Kerry (D-MA) and Kay Bailey Hutchison (R-TX), co-sponsors of the bi-partisan "Build Act," convened for a conference on what an infrastructure bank would mean for America, how the bank would work, and why they believe such an institution would create jobs and help American business and labor.
On February 9, The Atlantic hosted a live digital town hall discussion centered on how the US - both public and private sectors together - is helping to create new jobs and an economy that can provide sustainable opportunity for decades the come.