SKIFT: The Airport City That Wants to Be the New Model for Meetings and Knowledge Sharing
The airport city concept is gaining traction in numerous large gateway destinations around the world from Dallas to Doha. However, the consensus today is that these airports cannot maintain competitive advantage by the size of their infrastructure and volume of connectivity alone, due to the continual buildup of so many airports in today’s major markets.
That’s according to the House of Logistics & Mobility (HOLM) at Frankfurt Airport. The think tank is attempting to help Europe’s third busiest gateway also evolve — beyond just its infrastructure growth — into an advanced-industry knowledge cluster and high-tech business incubator.
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