Smaller American Cities Are Poised For A Second Wave Of Disruption
Why Pittsburgh's resurgence could signify a new creative renaissance in U.S. innovation
A slew of American cities and towns are working to redefine themselves in ways that would position them to compete with larger metropolitan hubs. Although Detroit and New Orleans are part of this wave, we found Pittsburgh to be a case study pregnant with learning lessons and a story that is quickly gaining momentum. According to The Guardian:
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