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How can Fort Wayne compete in the global economy? Electric Works could be key

“We’ve been working in Bilbao, Spain, and Bilbao has a Guggenheim. It’s a statement to the world that they are passionate about the arts, and it puts them on the map for that…I see something like Electric Works as being Fort Wayne’s Guggenheim. It’s a cultural asset that is relevant to the world.”

Read more of Input Fort Wayne’s interview with Travis Sheridan.

Inclusive Startup Communities Improve the Human Condition

“Why wouldn’t you want people of your community that you want to focus on to be the thought leaders that are offering advice, guidance and feedback to young entrepreneurs, innovators and hustlers? … The only way to break down (elitism) is through authenticity and authentic engagement, and providing access.”

Greater Fort Wayne Business Weekly covered the August 6 presentation by Travis Sheridan, president of the Venture Café Global Institute.

Community Forum – presentation

For those of you who were unable to join us for our May 29 Community Forum – and for those who did join us – you can view the project update we provided here: Community Forum Updates.

Metaphor for our future

“It tells the state and private investors that we don’t value our community enough to invest in ourselves. The old GE site cannot sit as it is. The choice is to let the buildings and our future deteriorate or to renovate and build our future.”

Guest column in the May 30 Fort Wayne Journal Gazette from Fort Wayne REALTOR and Greater Fort Wayne Inc. board member Beth Goldsmith

Builder’s Electric enthusiasm

“This will change the landscape of Fort Wayne forever.”

Fort Wayne Journal Gazette profile of RTM Ventures developer and northeast Indiana native Kevan Biggs.

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