Plan provides details on how regions can become globally recognized innovation hubs
PLEASANTON, California, June 10, 2021 / PRNewswire-PRWeb / – A stand-alone university or UC satellite campus launched to serve as a source of innovation and talent. Develop autonomous vehicle corridors linking regional public transport to employment centers. Adapt Livermore airport to serve future fleets of small semi-autonomous electric air taxis. Create areas of innovation and specialized technology where inventors, investors and manufacturers can converge to bring revolutionary new products to the world. Pilot clean energy micro-grids and storage batteries to provide resilience against climate change.
These are just a few of the bold ideas highlighted in the Innovation Tri-Valley 2040 Vision Plan, a broad plan unveiled today to expand and accelerate economic growth in one of the world’s top destinations. bay area for business, talent and investment while ensuring the area maintains its high quality of life.
The ambitious plan developed by Innovation Tri-Valley Leadership Group in partnership with the Bay Area Council Economic Institute is the product of an intensive process lasting over a year that has drawn on the thinking of 1,000 business leaders, educators, managers. government and youth from across the region. The main initiatives of the plan are designed to foster strategic growth in a positive and collaborative culture.
“We looked at the entire Bay Area to determine where to locate our head office and selected Pleasanton because of its pristine location and affordable price for families, ”said Ben hindson, co-founder and scientific director of 10x Genomics. “The region gives us the opportunity to recruit the best talents thanks to its proximity to Silicon Valley and San Francisco. “
The plan builds on Tri-Valley’s success over the past 20 years in creating a vibrant and tech-rich region. Encompassing Danville, Dublin, Livermore, Pleasanton, and San Ramon, the Tri-Valley has recently seen some of the fastest growing jobs and population in the Bay Area. According to a recent report, this includes more than $ 2.2 billion venture capital fueling the region’s burgeoning life sciences, advanced manufacturing and digital software industries.
In addition to emphasizing economic growth and jobs, the Tri-Valley 2040 vision plan emphasizes increasing and strengthening regional and mega-regional transport links and the provision of infrastructure. social and essential linkages necessary to ensure that opportunities are accessible to all.
“This region is a proven epicenter of solutions,” said Lynn naylor, CEO of Innovation Tri-Valley Leadership Group. “When you combine this positive force with our core values of empathy and inclusion, Tri-Valley’s new vision is a national model. The best talents will continue to seek the work-life balance that this region offers in a unique way, fueled by a balance of urban and peri-urban facilities and a strong culture of innovation. “
The plan’s five ambitious goals include:
Globally recognized innovation – for business, transportation, new homes and education
Equity and inclusion – from affordable housing to transportation, education and health care
Connections and Collaboration – partnerships that integrate the private and public sectors at scale
Balanced and diverse lifestyle – a diverse mix of suburban life with vibrant city centers
Epicenter of solutions – building the region’s resilience and sustainability
To learn more about the Tri-Valley Innovation (ITV) and the Vision 2040 Plan, click here.
Innovation Tri-Valley Leadership Group (ITV) is led by business leaders and influencers committed to connecting businesses, research labs, educational institutions and civic leaders in the Tri-Valley region. This collaborative force generates job growth and economic vitality for a region that is globally connected, regionally united and locally unique. Tri-Valley was founded on the idea that if all assets are connected, not only will the region prosper, but the ideas that emerge from it will be revolutionary and have international impact. Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and LinkedIn.
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