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Thursday, March 28, 2013
Milwaukee first U.S. city to adopt global model for boosting startups
It's a city of great opportunities.
A new entrepreneurship initiative is being launched in Milwaukee that I look forward to following and supporting.
"Milwaukee will be the first city in the U.S. to develop an entrepreneurship program using a Boston professor’s model that has helped boost entrepreneurial “ecosystems” in cities in Colombia, Brazil, Denmark and other countries."
"Isenberg said the tipping point for success, roughly, is achieving one successful entrepreneurial venture per 100,000 residents each year in a particular community.
'It doesn’t happen overnight,' Isenberg said."
Milwaukee first U.S. city to adopt global model for boosting startups. The Business Journal serving greater Milwaukee. Written by Jeff Engel.
Photo is the Lake Michigan facing architecture of the wonderful Milwaukee Art Museum
Thanks to Michael Ward of US Bank for this link.
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