The “Road to GES” was a series of events in the United States, India, and cities around the world that highlighted how communities benefit when they encourage innovation and support entrepreneurs, and emphasized the importance of including women to increase economic prosperity. Road to GES events in Milwaukee, Houston, Pittsburgh and Washington, DC, reinforced the impact U.S. cities have had on the global economy, where their innovations are improving lives and demonstrating what small businesses can accomplish. These three cities served as important milestones in the Road to GES, not only because they featured critical themes, like innovations in resource management and infrastructure, but also because they demonstrated that the American entrepreneurial spirit is flourishing outside of Silicon Valley. The small business owners we met across the country embodied the same sense of adventure and creativity that has given birth to so many innovations and new inventions over the years.
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