Recap | 2020 Syracuse Surge Summit
Posted on October 22, 2020
CenterState CEO, in partnership with the City of Syracuse, Syracuse University iSchool and Microsoft, hosted the first annual Surge Summit, a two-day online event. Presentations highlighted initial research; progress made to date through the initiative; and discussions with Surge partners on workforce, business development and talent attraction strategies to create an inclusive tech ecosystem in Syracuse.
The summit was made possible with catalyst funding from the JPMorgan Chase AdvancingCities grant, through which CenterState CEO is helping to drive inclusive growth strategies in Surge through workforce development, minority, veteran, women and disabled-owned (XBE) business development and community engagement.
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2020 Syracuse Surge Summit: Day 1 Part 1
2020 Syracuse Surge Summit Day 1: Opportunies for Inclusive Growth in our Economy
2020 Syracuse Surge Summit Day 1: Finding Untapped Talent in your Company
2020 Syracuse Surge Summit: Day 2 Part 1
2020 Syracuse Surge Summit: Day 2 Part 2
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