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St. Louis Regional Entrepreneurship Initiative Report Seeks to Reach Immigrants & Minorities

St. Louis Regional Entrepreneurship Initiative Report Seeks to Reach Immigrants & Minorities

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#Jumpstart, based in #Cleveland, lends a hand to St. Louis on powerful ways to jumpstart entrepreneurial activity --- include minorities, immigrants and veterans. "St. Louis has no organized initiatives to ensure that all of the resources available to help high potential startups include or reach minority, women, veteran and immigrant entrepreneurs. As is the case in most regions across the U.S., the region is not effectively reaching or leveraging the entrepreneurial talent in these disconnected communities in a meaningful, consistent and sustained manner. The solution begins with a commitment to actively, professionally, consistently and intensively pursue inclusion across all of the actions and functions within the entrepreneurial economy (e.g. talent, leadership, policy, investing, mentoring, etc.). The combination of this commitment and the measurement/metrics system is a powerful first step in understanding the dynamics and impact of including a much larger and more
diverse population in the high growth potential entrepreneurial economy." http://www.slcec.com/cmss_files/attachmentlibrary/St.-Louis-Regional-Entrepreneurship-Initiative-Report---Final.pdf
#Jumpstart, based in #Cleveland, lends a hand to St. Louis on powerful ways to jumpstart entrepreneurial activity --- include minorities, immigrants and veterans. "St. Louis has no organized initiatives to ensure that all of the resources available to help high potential startups include or reach minority, women, veteran and immigrant entrepreneurs. As is the case in most regions across the U.S., the region is not effectively reaching or leveraging the entrepreneurial talent in these disconnected communities in a meaningful, consistent and sustained manner. The solution begins with a commitment to actively, professionally, consistently and intensively pursue inclusion across all of the actions and functions within the entrepreneurial economy (e.g. talent, leadership, policy, investing, mentoring, etc.). The combination of this commitment and the measurement/metrics system is a powerful first step in understanding the dynamics and impact of including a much larger and more
diverse population in the high growth potential entrepreneurial economy." http://www.slcec.com/cmss_files/attachmentlibrary/St.-Louis-Regional-Entrepreneurship-Initiative-Report---Final.pdf

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Published by: Richard Herman, Cleveland Immigration Lawyer on Jun 18, 2013
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