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The United States is in the midst of a boom in business formation. If you’re one of those people considering or in the midst of launching a business, here are a handful of tips for today’s New Builders to lay a solid foundation for growth.
Dawn Of A New Economic Era
Economic competition with China, climate change innovation and the question of how to restore the middle class are the major themes emerging as the pandemic recedes. All will have an effect in the U.S. heartland, especially as more protectionist policies spur a potential renewal of some kinds of manufacturing.
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Helping Moms Re-enter The Workforce On Their Own Terms
Lori Ioannou writes about a trailblazing woman whose company trains women looking to re-enter the workforce after a career hiatus, and then uses a proprietary algorithm to match them with employers in need of part-time or fractional talent based on their skills and their personality compatibility.
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