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The 2014 National Meeting in Nashville

Join more than 400 cross-sector leaders from 75+ cities around the country at the 2014 National Meeting in Nashville, Nov. 4-6, 2014. Learn ways to measure, benchmark and catalyze city progress, exchange best practices for cross-sector collaboration and explore the smartest ideas for reaping dividends through targeted investments in economic growth and opportunity.

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Finding Your Way Around Wayfinding

One of the most powerful projects your city, community or neighborhood can undertake is the design and installation of an effective wayfinding system. In this webinar, presented by Studio Graphique in partnership with CEOs for Cities, on Wednesday, Oct. 22, 2014, at 2 p.m., we'll answer your key questions.

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Night at the Grand Ole Opry

On Nov. 4, National Meeting participants will see Darius Rucker, Kristian Bush and Mo Pitney perform in The Opry's most famous former home, the historic Ryman Auditorium. Get your tickets now.

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City Dividend Prize Challenge

The City Cluster competition to move-the-needle on your city's success and to create the ultimate how-to kit for making it happen.

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Join more than 400 cross-sector leaders from 75+ cities around the country at the CEOs for Cities 2014 National Meeting in Nashville, Nov. 4-6, 2014.

We will learn the smartest ways to measure, benchmark and catalyze city progress, exchange best practices for cross-sector collaboration and explore the smartest ideas for reaping dividends through targeted, measurable investments in economic growth and opportunity.

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Posted by admin on November 01, 2014

From big data to open data, the discussion of digital data is a hot topic for cities right now. And for good reason, digital data promises to improve decision making by understanding the health of our cities while increasing transparency to citizens and stakeholders. While the use of data has long played a critical role in cities, new technology continues to enable previously unimagined sources and uses of data.

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As Americans grapple with a wide range of societal problems like obesity and other health issues, traffic gridlock and reduced family time, and socially isolated city-centers, we might stop to ask how we got this way and how we can change.

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