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It’s as Easy as Riding a Bike! Building Communities Focused on Moving and Connecting People

May is Bike Month and, as we conclude this year’s celebration, you should know this is actually much more than a "Hallmark" designation. You might wonder why biking is being discussed on an economic development blog, so I’d like to offer some thoughts on …
wonder why biking is being discussed on an economic development blog http://thinksiliconvalley.com/blog/2014/05/its-easy-riding-bike-building-communities-focused-moving-and-connecting-people

Join Us for the Ride

By now, you’ve probably noticed that our Think Silicon Valley site is one that tends to stray from tradition. Whether it’s the lack of clutter or absence of information overload, our “ungovernment” approach has been racking up some awards highlighting thi…
http://thinksiliconvalley.com/blog/2014/06/join-us-ride

Do You Hear What I Hear?

The pitter-patter of much-needed rain amidst the busyness of last-minute shopping, children squealing with delight, and holiday greetings between friends and family. As we prepare to slow down a bit for the holiday season (for some much well-earned respit…
The Fremont Economic Development Team http://thinksiliconvalley.com/blog/2014/12/do-you-hear-what-i-hear

The Region is Ready for REDI

Metropolitan regions all over the country — and the world — have been doing it, and finally, we are too! Just what am I talking about? Regions in our globally competitive economy are organizing to promote their strengths and brand themselves in unpreceden…
e has come to reconsider regionalism from an economic development standpoint. Led by the San Jose Silicon Va… the Regional Economic Development Initiative http://thinksiliconvalley.com/blog/2015/04/region-ready-redi

Takes From Silicon Valley East (Blog) – A Year in Review

Happy Birthday to our blog! One year has passed since the launch of ThinkSiliconValley.Com, and this blog celebrates our 105th post! With the launch of our business website, we started posting blogs twice a week to Takes From Silicon Valley East and tweet…
wice a week has been a community effort. Our Economic Development team http://thinksiliconvalley.com/blog/2014/08/takes-silicon-valley-east-blog-year-review

What Innovation Means to Fremont: VERGE San Francisco 2013

“Cities will die if they don’t reinvent themselves.” This was the core message I wanted people to bring home at this year’s VERGE Conference panel discussion on accelerating civic innovation.
ve got an entire team focused on Economic Development and a high http://thinksiliconvalley.com/blog/2013/10/what-innovation-means-fremont-verge-san-francisco-2013

#LifeLibertyLibraries −-- Community Partnerships that Promote Democracy

What does economic development have in common with libraries? We already knew the answer already as we headed to the Urban Library Council (ULC) Ppartners Cconference last week with Fremont's Chief Innovation Officer Kelly Kline in tow.
What does economic development have in common with libraries http://thinksiliconvalley.com/blog/2017/07/lifelibertylibraries-community-partnerships-promote-democracy

A Warm Welcome to Tina Kapoor – Fremont’s new Economic Development Manager!

Meet Tina Kapoor, Fremont’s new Economic Development Manager! Tina has a strong track record in economic development having previously worked for the City of San Jose, and as a longtime Fremont resident, she knows the community well. The following Q&A off…
s new Economic Development Manager… Tina has a strong track record in economic development having previously worked for the City of San…s economic development team you http://thinksiliconvalley.com/blog/2017/08/warm-welcome-tina-kapoor-fremonts-new-economic-development-manager