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  • GE Works
    new york NEW YORK

    suckerPUNCH: Describe your project.
    Thinc Design, Urban A&O, & Unified Field: GE’s “American Competitiveness: What Works” was a five-day showcase of presentations, discussions, interviews and receptions that brought together CEOs, government officials, and industry leaders for a look at the kinds of innovation and leadership likely to increase American jobs and strengthen the US economy. Hosted by General Electric in the extraordinary Andrew W. Mellon Auditorium on Constitution Avenue in Washington, D.C., it combined a central presentation space with subject-specific exhibit islands focused on four aspects of GE’s American-focused businesses: growing a skilled American workforce; cutting-edge manufacturing in the US; GE’s 130 years of technological innovation; and GE’s global markets—of suppliers and customers—that contribute to the American economy.

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