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Startups Are Fun — Growing’s a Grind

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As a certified economic development professional for going on twenty-two years, I have worked with and assisted more startups than you could shake a stick at.

I grant you that the startups that I have engaged with are of the brick-and-mortar variety. Hundreds of eating and drinking establishments, manufacturers and other industrial concerns, and service providers too numerous to contemplate.




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M. Bernard Bloom

M. Bernard Bloom

I am a middle aged middle class guy living in the Midwest. Married father of two children and a Morkie. Long-time economic developer and former P.O.

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