Targeting eleven cause areas, the report uses local data to measure whether goals have been met or are on track to be met by 2020. Of the 61 primary indicators, 70 percent are seeing progress, according to the report.
The organization and their data partners CI:Now also look at the status of guidelines that are not seeing progress or may be getting worse.
How can San Antonio grow its creative industries over the next two years? Is supporting the creative community a priority for residents?
Is the city fostering innovation and entrepreneurship to its full capacity? Can San Antonio achieve status as a leader in the global economy by 2020?
What's being done to bridge the learning gap and create a more informed public? How will investing in education help San Antonio become more economically competitive?
View the full 2017 SA2020 Impact Report here.
- Molly Cox, president & CEO of SA2020
- Adriana Contreras, executive director of the San Antonio Education Partnership
- Nicole Amri, program director for SAY Sí
- Sarah Sanchez, senior vice president of business development for the San Antonio Economic Development Foundation
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