Florida International University will work with bestselling author Richard Florida to research and start a discussion to help boost Miami jobs in art, design and other creative fields.
Swiss newspaper Neue Zürcher Zeitung NZZ, Real Estate Days interview with Richard Florida on how can cities position themselves successfully?
Renowned urbanist Richard Florida sat down with The Tyee’s Geoff Dembicki for a conversation about whether ‘creatives’ are driving the new economy or falling behind.
Two of its leading prophets, Richard Florida and Ray Kurzweil, to give their definition at the Simon Frser University, Vancouver Oct. 22 event.
City comptroller Scott Stringer and urban thought leader Richard Florida gave back-to-back speeches on the future of New York City. The pair spoke at Onramps of Opportunity: Building a Creative + Inclusive New York, an event co-sponsored by Stringer’s office and N.Y.U.’s School of Professional Studies Initiative for Creativity and Innovation in Cities.
Denver is a perfect example of how the post-Great Recession economy works through an “urban revolution” that brings creative people close together, taking advantage of economies of scale, bestselling author Richard Florida recently said at the Rocky Mountain City Summit in Denver.
Richard Florida recently spoke at the Business of Design Week 2013 event in Hong Kong hosted by the Hong Kong Design Centre. He says allowing people the right to be themselves will improve Hong Kong’s economy.
Richard Florida recently spoke for the Winnipeg Chamber of Commerce.
Technology, talent and tolerance are essential to fostering creative cultures. When we talk about the creative class, we aren’t talking about some rarified, exclusive group of people. Every human is creative. Creative cultures stoke that fire.
Day two of the 2013 B.C. Energy Conference in Fort St. John wrapped up Wednesday night with a banquet and keynote address by Doctor Richard Florida, a professor and best-selling author. Florida told the crowd of industry leaders and politicians about what he calls the “Creative Class”, and stressed the importance of tapping into the inner creativity of workers.
Our economy is going through the greatest transformation in our history — even bigger than during the Industrial Revolution, according to researcher and author Richard Florida at The Nashville Area Chamber of Commerce event.