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50th Anniversary of the 1962 World’s Fair and envisioning next 50 years in the Pacific NW Themed programming: AprilOctober 2012 Open call for ideas, exhibits, talks, apps, demonstrations, participatory events and opportunities to drive these themes
Innovation & Entrepreneurship 3. The Future @ Work 2. Global Connections & Trade . 21st Century Infrastructure 4.Four Parallel Sub-themes 1.
What are the jobs of the future and what skills will our workforce need to be successful? .
Showcasing high demand jobs of the future Interactive job demonstrations Roving career ambassadors Career planning resources and workshops .
What has made the Pacific NW an international hotspot of innovation and entrepreneurship and what can we do to expand the innovation ecosystem? .
There’s a Lot of Innovation Going On!! Global Health Nano Photonics Interactive Media Marine Technology Bio-Medical Devices Freight Mobility Health IT Aerospace Renewable Energy “Twilight” Financial Services Defense Technology Advanced Manufacturing Wine Water Technology Cloud Computing AG-Tech Smart Grid Advanced Materials 8 Electric Car WA Economic Development Commission .
Aerial Whale Survey September 2010 .
Lars Johansson Henry Berg David Kaplan Lewis Rumpler Kevin Petersen Chris Leyerle Ronald Berenson Stephanie Amoss David Croniser Bryan Zetlan Karen Fleckner Terri Butler Ken Myer Thomas Schulte Peter Quinn Jeff Canin .
5 billion in labor income $5. Yakima US Marine Corps .2 billion in defense contracts Spokane Fairchild AFB Naval Submarine Base Bangor Puget Sound Naval Shipyard WA Nat’l Guard Joint Base Lewis McChord Madigan Medical Center Intelligence.2 billion in output $10.Future Defense Technology Showcase Whidbey Island Naval Air Naval Station Everett US Coast Guard 191. and Recon Special forces and special operations Network-centric operations Cyber security Composite materials Unmanned systems – both air and sea Energy efficiency Environmental stewardship Health care for veterans US Army.000 jobs $12. Surveillance.
GDP* Population 6.157 22.559 *2009 population & GDP in $US Million Data provided by PNWER – Pacific Northwest Economic Region .991 1.293 1.647 PNWER Region (GDP/Pop.049.551.026 Total 1.545.006 Oregon 161.464 34.912 Sask.701 974.144.300 B.C.885 NW Terr.573 Idaho 52.) State/Prov. it would rank 14th in total GDP Wash.549.801 686.901.747 Alaska 47. 41.124 Yukon 2.086 4.224 3. 191.778 Alberta 291.782. 322.989 41.735.296 Montana 29.If PNWER were a separate country.853 3. 4.
Moving People. Products. and Ideas ◦ Transportation ◦ Communications ◦Renewable Energy ◦Sustainability .
•Port 101 Series •Port by Bike •Container Exhibit •Boeing Global Roadshow .
1 in 3 jobs in WA are dependent on trade and global development 300 global development nonprofit organizations headquarted in Washington Seattle: “The City that Heals” .
the most diverse zip code in the USA South Park Rainier Valley International District/Chinatown/Little Saigon .98118 .
Global Web Channel .
Venue Options Catering Parking Benefits N50 event pricing Reach large audience Promo/Marketing by N50 team On-campus professional production staff Optional live broadcasting of events on N50 Global Channel .
Join a working group (meet 2xmonth) Suggest event/programming ideas Help involve new groups and people Bring your existing event to the Seattle Center .
gov Office of the Mayor. Seattle .gov Aaron Fishbone email@example.com.Egils Milbergs Washington Economic Development Commission egilsm@wedc.