Monthly Archives: November 2016

What’s Next for Shale Gas?

The election season’s media hype around the so-called “War on Coal” has meant less coverage on the state of the shale gas industry.   A few years ago, shale gas was viewed by many as an economic savior for many rural … Continue reading

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Supporting Small Manufacturers: New Learning Opportunities

I recently had the pleasure of sampling brews at Stone Brewing, one of the new breweries and distilleries anchoring Richmond Virginia’s thriving foodie scene.  Richmond is not alone in its efforts to spur development by attracting breweries, distilleries, artisan crafts … Continue reading

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What Made America Great: The National Museum of Industrial History

Regardless of your political leanings, it’s been a rough election campaign that has raised a lot of questions about what American stands for and where we’re going.  If you want to get some level of inspiration and a reminder of … Continue reading

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US Tops Global Entrepreneurship Rankings

It’s the start of Global Entrepreneurship Week so many organizations use this opportunity to release new reports on the entrepreneurial economy.  The 2017 Global Entrepreneurship Index (from the Global Entrepreneurship and Development Institute or GEDI) is one of the big … Continue reading

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Global Entrepreneurship Week: Nov. 14-20, 2016

The clocks are getting set to change and the election season is (thankfully) coming to an end next week. That means it’s also time to get ready for Global Entrepreneurship Week, which will be recognized around the globe during the … Continue reading

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