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We’ve got a new issue of our quarterly e-newsletter, EntreWorks insights, out today.  This issue offers some tips on interesting new books related to community and economic development.  We’re covering
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The food and beverage industry has to rank near the top of business sectors most changed during the pandemic. Before March 2020, many of us would have scoffed at using
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This blog regularly covers policy debates related to the gig economy, and our basic message is pretty clear.  The status quo is not working and we must find new ways
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Next week, I’ll be joining my colleague, Maureen Collins, in teaching the latest edition of the International Economic Development Council’s Entrepreneurship and Small Business Development Strategies training course.  The course
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I’m excited to be heading out to Denver next weekend for the National Association of Counties’ Annual Conference. In addition to schmoozing and networking, I’ll be leading a workshop on
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Next week, I’m heading down to Danville, VA, where I’m leading an assessment of The Launch Place, a regional angel investment fund.  If you don’t know the Danville story, you
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I’ve been a long time Board member of the Global Entrepreneurship Network (GEN) and I’m extremely proud of the work we’ve done around the world and here in the US. 
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As the proud father of a theater major, I’m always interested in research that highlights the economic importance and potential of the arts.  As such, I’m really enjoying the Organization
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Economically distressed communities (i.e., places with persistently high levels of poverty and unemployment) exist everywhere in the US, but they are also heavily concentrated in a few specific regions, such
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