In his journal Les Affaires blog, Les transformations numériques, economist and speaker Francis Gosselin discusses the distinctive nature of the digital economy.
The article highlights the importance, for a knowledge economy, to organize its insights, as well as provide structure for its growth and support. The author mentions the technopolys movement as an example of networking initiatives that build momentum to truly reflect the aspirations and creative power of Québec’s tech industry.
The blogger accurately describes technopolys’ relevance: “The digital economy is successful when it is led by fully leveraging the network; by acting in a coordinated and consistent manner, and when all players mobilize, from civil society, to companies, governments, public and parapublic institutions.”
One to read!