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Economic Development: Strategies for State and Local Practice, 2nd Edition: Chapter 6: Business Creation

Economic Development: Strategies for State and Local Practice, 2nd Edition: Chapter 6: Business Creation

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Chapter 6 from Economic Development: Strategies for State and Local Practice, 2nd Edition, addresses business creation strategies, which are aimed at entrepreneurs and make use of various tools for p ...
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Year published: 2010
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Chapter 6 from Economic Development: Strategies for State and Local Practice, 2nd Edition, addresses the issue of business creation strategies, which, in contrast to retention and attraction strategies, are more grassroots oriented. Attention is given to the problems of raising capital and enhancing the skills of future entrepreneurs, and cases supplement the discussion. One case describes the Entrepreneurial League System® of Central Louisiana, an example of entrepreneurship development. A second case describes a food cooperative venture that was created in New York City. These cases describe both skill development and the need to attract capital.
Subsections include:
  • Learning objectives  
  • Entrepreneurship and enterprise development  
  • Enterprise development tools  
  • Contemporary issues in business creation  
  • Case study 6-1: The Entrepreneurial League System® of Central Louisiana  
  • Case study 6-2: The South Bronx Food Cooperative  
  • Summary  
  • Study questions  
  • Notes  
  • Additional Resources

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