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Employment Black Holes Concept Video

We are proud to present a video abstract of the concept article on cities and ventures from the new City Venture issue of Coller Venture Review – “Employment Black Holes”, namely:

How can cities and geographical areas become so compelling that they pull in talent, funding, and innovation, and thus constantly create and sustain jobs at the expense of the less fortunate cities? 

Here we present the subject matter and introduce four steps a city leader must take to create enduring jobs.

Watch the short preview video below, and download the article to learn more about Employment Black Holes.

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