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Entrepreneurship 101 (Part 2)

Summary

In part two of a three-part series on entrepreneurship, Tessa Conroy, Assistant Professor of Agricultural and Applied Economics at UW–Madison and Community Economic Development Specialist, discusses the “what” of entrepreneurship in economic development.

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Entrepreneurship 101, Part 2, PowerPoint


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