The Entrepreneurial Churn

Read good things about Pittsburgh entrepreneurship and innovation in The Entrepreneurial City, Part 2, by local consultant Fourth Economy, in Pop City.  Here's Part 1, from last November

The takeaway:  In the 21st century economy, the name of the game is regional wealth creation, not just local job creation, and wealth creation via innovation and entrepreneurship means letting ideas and companies connect and flow.  Encouraging them to connect and flow.  Outward to other places, inward from other places.

For Pittsblog posts on similar themes, see this post (The Entrepreneurship Commons) and this one (More on the Entrepreneurship Commons).  And this one (Back to Pittsburgh's Entrepreneurial Future).


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