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Tuesday, November 29, 2011
Joining Southwest (WI) Tech Entrepreneurship Advisory group
Their goal is simple, direct and powerful:
"....identify, nurture and support entrepreneurs."
I'm grateful and enthusiastic about this invitation. Southwest Wisconsin is a wonderful place full of promise and opportunity. The new efforts Dr. Ford is setting up at SW Tech should help develop these opportunities across the region and beyond.
I'm now honored to be on Advisory Committees for both Southwest Tech in Southwest Wisconsin and Waukesha County Technical College (WCTC) in Southeast Wisconsin.
Our Wisconsin technical college System is making great strides toward job creation, business startups and entrepreneurship goals for the wider community.
I thoroughly enjoyed my presentation in Milwaukee this week as one of the keynotes for the Urban Economic Development Association. More on this later.
What seemed clear to me is that our Wisconsin technical school system has a strategic role to play in food-based economic development. I am watching them step up to meet this challenge. Milwaukee Area Technical College is launching several new degree programs in food processing management. Forward!
It's a great honor and privilege to work in such amazing areas across all of Southern Wisconsin.
Thank you for the invitation to join the SW Tech Entrepreneurship Advisory Board Dr. Ford.
It's the Renaissance age of entrepreneurship and it's just beginning. Check out programs from these two great schools!
Southwest Tech in Fennimore, WI.
WCTC's great Small Business Center in Waukesha County, WI
Link to previous Dr. Duane Ford post
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