In the fifth of seven responses to an exclusive interview by Intellectual Capitals, Professor Greg Clark CBE of The Business of Cities discusses the amount of capital available for investment in cities, and how second, third and even fourth and fifth tier cities can attract their share.
Clark was speaking at the recent AIPC Conference in Boston, Massachusetts.
Next week, Clark discusses opportunities for cities or regions to cluster – through proximity and improved connectivity – in order to behave like, and compete with, big cities.
Click here to see Intellectual Capitals’ previous interviews with Professor Greg Clark:
Episode One: The new mobility and its importance for convention centres
Episode Two: Hyper-mobility and the importance of education
Episode Three: Convention centres working with governments
Episode Four: Postcard to business card – a destination’s branding strategy
See Clark’s full keynote presentation at the AIPC Conference: