"Beware the Ides of March,” William Shakespeare wrote. But my wife and I ignored that sage advice, to return home from an overseas winter respite under the raging Covid-19 threat.
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further economic development.
Dan Cohen’s story suggests setbacks are an integral part of the entrepreneurial innovation process.
One entrepreneurial company’s success story.
A path to exploiting unserved niche markets around big industries.
Part of getting ahead in the entrepreneurial space is speaking the language.