Monthly Archives: March 2016

Quick Hits: Some Recent Entrepreneurship Musings

There has been a lot of interesting work related to entrepreneurship in the past few months.  Here’s a few that piqued my interest: Traction by Gabriel Weinberg and Justin Mares:  There’s no shortage of how to guides for entrepreneurs these … Continue reading

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Supporting Coal Reliant Communities: An Update

I’ve been doing a fair number of blog posts on EntreWorks Consulting’s ongoing work supporting economic diversification in coal-reliant communities.  For the past 18 months, a lot of this work occurred under the auspices of the Coal Reliant Communities Innovation … Continue reading

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Saving the Family Farm? Think Local!

It’s no big news to note that the local foods movement is booming across the US.  That’s a very good thing as local foods improve our health, reduce carbon footprints, and generally improve the quality of life for both producers … Continue reading

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China’s Two Speed Economy . . . and Ours

As an article in today’s Wall Street Journal notes, China’s economy is beginning to look like America’s economy in a number of ways.  One of the less desired similarities is the rise of a two-tiered (or two-speed) regional breakdown, where … Continue reading

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Ranking the States: Who’s a Good Buyer?

My firm works across the US so I have a decent amount of hard-earned experience with the good and bad (hello New York!) of state procurement rules and regulations.  So, I was very pleased to see a new series from … Continue reading

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