Joint Venture: Silicon Valley Network

For Support Of The Silicon Valley Institute For Regional Studies

  • Amount
    $125,000
  • Program
  • Date Awarded
    11/12/2013
  • Term
    12 Months
  • Type of Support
    Project
Overview
Founded in 1993, Joint Venture Silicon Valley (JVSV) brings together public and private sector leaders to provide analysis and catalyze action to address challenges and opportunities facing the region. To date, JVSV’s primary work has focused on two areas; for one, JVSV produces the Silicon Valley Index, a well-respected report chronicling the evolution of the valley as a rising economic and innovative power and providing an analytical basis for decision making. The organization also convenes local leaders to debate and address current issues. Recognizing the need for deeper regional analysis, JVSV is now seeking to launch the Silicon Valley Institute for Regional Studies, a think tank dedicated to addressing questions of growth and sustainability at the regional level. A grant from the Hewlett Foundation, matching an identical grant from Packard, would support the launch of this new Institute.
About the Grantee
Address
84 West Santa Clara Street, Suite 440, San Jose, CA, 95113-1820, United States
Grants to this Grantee
for support of the Silicon Valley Institute for Regional Studies  
Founded in 1993, Joint Venture Silicon Valley (JVSV) brings together public and private sector leaders to provide analysis and catalyze action to address challenges and opportunities facing the region. To date, JVSV’s primary work has focused on two areas; for one, JVSV produces the Silicon Valley Index, a well-respected report chronicling the evolution of the valley as a rising economic and innovative power and providing an analytical basis for decision making. The organization also convenes local leaders to debate and address current issues. Recognizing the need for deeper regional analysis, JVSV is now seeking to launch the Silicon Valley Institute for Regional Studies, a think tank dedicated to addressing questions of growth and sustainability at the regional level. A grant from the Hewlett Foundation, matching an identical grant from Packard, would support the launch of this new Institute.

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