Show Notes

Tom Osha, senior vice president of innovation and economic development at Wexford Science & Technology speaks with guest, Julie Wagner, president of The Global Institute on Innovation Districts, on the roles of Innovation Districts in restarting the economy in the post-COVID world.

What is an Innovation District?
Innovation Districts are compact geographies of innovation primarily found in cities or urbanizing areas that are anchored by the immediateness of institutions such as universities and medical institutions, companies, start-ups, community spaces, and intermediaries such as accelerators and incubators. In addition to that, they are strengthened by a range of other kinds of mixed-uses such as housing, retail and an array of programming.


Innovation District Research

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