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ULI Asia Pacific Webinar Explores Sasaki’s Ho Chi Minh City Innovation District

Like many global cities, Ho Chi Minh City is competing to attract and retain talent. With a strategic vision for its future, Ho Chi Minh is making a generational investment to reshape significant parts of the city to create a series of innovation districts that will accelerate its transformation from an industrial economy to one driven by technology and ideas.

To achieve this, authorities will need not only to transform the city infrastructure and urban identity, but also make meaningful changes to municipal policies and practices. In an upcoming webinar presented by the Urban Land Institute (ULI) Asia Pacific, principal Michael Grove, ASLA, PLA will share the city’s ambitious plan to become a regional leader in the 21st century knowledge economy.

The webinar will take place on Wednesday, March 11 from 12:00pm – 12:15pm (GMT +8). ULI and non ULI-members can register for this free event. The deadline to register is March 9.

Ho Chi Minh City has the potential to expand upon the traditional triple helix model of an innovation district’s structure—involving academia, government, and industry.

Michael Grove

This webinar is part of ULI Asia Pacific’s Thought Leadership Webinar Series, a program promoting new concepts, ideas, best practices, and case studies. Grove will present Ho Chi Minh City Innovation District as a case study of how to create a diverse innovation ecosystem.

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