Silicon Valley Competitiveness and Innovation Project

New study shows that while Silicon Valley currently has a hot economy and high job growth, warning signs could be pointing to erosion of post-recession growth

Contact: Kimberly Ellis / Kellis@svlg.org /408-501-7853 Sue McAllister/SJMcAllister@siliconvalleycf.org/650-450-5513 New study shows that while Silicon Valley currently has a hot economy and high job growth, warning signs could be pointing to erosion of post-recession growth San Jose, CA – March 2, 2017 – The Silicon Valley Competitiveness and Innovation Project (SVCIP), now in its third year, .. read more

New study shows that while Silicon Valley continues to create jobs, the foundations of prosperity are under continued strain

Contact: Nancy Sánchez / nsanchez@svlg.org / 408.501.7879 Sue McAllister / SJMcAllister@siliconvalleycf.org / 650.450.5513 SVCIP.com San Jose, CA – March 2, 2016 – The landmark Silicon Valley Competitiveness and Innovation Project, which reviews data for 22 innovation-economy indicators locally and in technology regions across the country, shows that while Silicon Valley continues to create jobs, the .. read more

The Leader – February 2015

Click here to read the The Leader February 2015 Keeping Up with Innovation By Stephen E. Wright, Senior Vice President A new, landmark study on Silicon Valley’s competitiveness and innovation economy shows that by several measures the Valley is healthy and far outpacing other leading U.S. tech regions. But critical to its long-term continued economic .. read more