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ICICInternational Conference on Intelligent Computing
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ICICInternational Committee of Intellectual Cooperation (League of Nations)
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ICICInter-Cell Interference Coordination (computer networking)
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ICICInternational Conference on Information and Computing Science
ICICInternational Chemical Information Conference (est. 1988)
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ICICInternational Course on Intercultural Competences (Belgium)
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ICICInternational Conference on Intelligence and Creativity (Germany)
ICICInterexchange Carrier Industry Committee
ICICIntercalibrations-Intercomparisons
ICICInter-Carrier Interference Cancellation
ICICImmediately Committed Interaction Contract
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"Everyone is chasing after retailing in places like Beverly Hills, but very few are chasing places like the south side of Chicago," said Anne Habiby, director of research for the Boston-based Initiative for a Competitive Inner City, which did the study with the accounting and consulting firm PricewaterhouseCoopers.
This article, which appeared in the Federal Reserve Board of Dallas' "Perspectives" newsletter, was excerpted from the study, "The Business Case for Pursuing Retail Opportunities in the Inner City," conducted by The Boston Consulting Group in partnership with The Initiative for a Competitive Inner City. A copy of the full report is available by calling 617-292-2363, or can be downloaded for free from the Internet at <www.icic.org>.
Baltimore also happens to be one of the four cities where Porter's Initiative for a Competitive Inner City has set up shop.
Paige, co-executive director of Boston's Initiative for a Competitive Inner City, which Porter founded to pursue his economic model.
The Initiative for a Competitive Inner City (ICIC) defines inner cities as core urban areas with higher unemployment and poverty rates and lower median incomes than their surrounding metropolitan statistical areas.
That finding is contained in a report--"State of the Inner City Economies"--from the Initiative for a Competitive Inner City (ICIC).
"The inner cities of the United States represent the world's largest and closest emerging market," says Michael Porter, chairman and CEO of The Initiative for a Competitive Inner City (ICIC), Boston.
The Boston Consulting Group, in partnership with Boston-based, not-for-profit Initiative for a Competitive Inner City (ICIC), surveyed several retailers with an inner-city presence.
The Initiative for a Competitive Inner City is a nonprofit research and strategy organization and the leading authority on U.S.
A groundbreaking study by PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP (PWC) and the Initiative for a Competitive Inner City detailed the scope of the opportunity at the end of the boom decade of the 1990s.
These communities account for about 8 million consumers who spend at least $85 billion annually, according to The Initiative for a Competitive Inner City.
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