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Relationships and Collaboration: Drive Innovative Hoosier Economic Development Strategies

Small businesses drive job growth in the United States. However, that capital and other resources do not always readily make it to those individuals and areas that need it most. In response, public officials, private businesses, and community development practitioners in Indiana have been actively inspiring innovation in small business development in multiple ways, which helps in tackling wealth gap concerns and stagnation of capital into certain places.


Jessica B. Love, executive director of Prosperity Indiana, discusses how Indiana is positioning itself to stand out through business start-up, scale-up and sell-out phases. Read more in the Economic Development Journal / Spring 2019 / Volume 18 / Number 2.


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