Monthly Archives: November 2019

Talent Attraction Incentives: The Debate Heats Up

In today’s tight labor markets, communities around the US are starved for talent.  Some places are so starved that they’ve created incentive programs to attract talented workers.  Some years ago, several places in Kansas opted for free land as a … Continue reading

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EntreWorks Insights–New Books Issue

They were playing Christmas music at my doctor’s office this week.  That’s too early!  But, it’s not too early for the EntreWorks Insights holiday recommended reads issue!   Check out our takes on new and interesting books for those with wonky … Continue reading

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Global Entrepreneurship Week: November 18-24, 2019

Mark your calendars for the week of November 18-24, 2019, the 12th annual celebration of Global Entrepreneurship Week.  GEW is a big deal around the world.  It currently engages 20,000 partners in 170 countries, who sponsor 35,000 events that engage … Continue reading

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Abandoned Mine Lands: Addressing the Legacy of Coal

The US coal industry has been swamped with bad news lately, with the recent bankruptcies of Blackjewel and Murray Energy leading to major hardships for miners, their families and surrounding communities.  As we attempt to address these immediate hardships, we … Continue reading

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