Under the new administration, Transportation Infrastructure is considered a key mechanism toward economic stability and growth. In fact, $20 billion are to be directed to public transit agencies over the next five years.


Infrastructure technology will be a major part our of economic recovery and competitiveness.  Recovery and competitiveness are especially volatile for  small and minority firms.   Growth will hinge on insight on how these metrics will impact your industry and business. Policy, innovation and infrastructure are an as of right core of our live forums.

Part One: The Future of Infrastructure Technology

March 25, 2:00 - 3:15pm EST

Part one of the Infrastructure Technology forum calls upon the leading voices, gatekeepers and innovators to discuss the future of infrastructure technology.

From investing in research to ensuring America's focus on policy which fosters innovation.  We outline the five key actions and related benefits CEOs can competitively take to position their firms and guide their organizations.

The Talking Points

  • Five key actions and related benefits CEOs can competitively take to best position their firms

  • A look at emerging growth areas for the deployment of Infrastructure Technology

  • How Infrastructure Technology can change the game for Small and Minority Owned Firms

L. Charlie Oliver, Host


The Equitable Infrastructure Live was created by the #1 source in equity infrastructure, the Equitable Infrastructure Group.  Through this live format EIG shares components of its research with small businesses and minority owned firms. The curated and clear discussion covers national mega development, capital projects and municipal policies.  Equitable Infrastructure Live is designed for companies seeking to understand the impact of the projects and empowered growth.


L. Charlie Oliver, Chair of the Equitable Infrastructure Group and a recurring speaker before the World Economic Forum, the Global Power and Energy BlockChain Conference, and the Equity Forum. Charlie has held executive positions with American Express, Ogilvy, ABC, and served as legislative consultant to private development firms and national Chambers of Commerce.


Established in 2017, the Equitable Infrastructure Group (EIG) delivers its clients and diverse audience early access to market knowledge and opportunities in both the built and public realms. Our focus on infrastructure and inequity in vital corridors is the cornerstone of our ESG mission. The EIG movement has led to the development of national strategies which combat prevailing closed door private and municipal policies and practices. 

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