- Small Business Challenges after the Recession
- The Future of Workforce Development in Mississippi
- Connecting Communities Call-in Session December 10
- Microbusinesses as Job Generators
Small Business and the Modern Workplace
What are the challenges facing small business after the Great Recession? Ty Barksdale of Sutton Bank and Jake Rouch of Erie Regional Chamber and Growth Partnership describe demands of the current workplace, including that workers be adaptable, collaborative, agile, and entrepreneurial, in an Economic Development podcast.
12/18/2013 - The Atlanta Fed recently hosted a conference in Jackson, Mississippi, on the future of workforce development. More than 100 leaders from industry, education, economic and workforce development, and government discussed the challenges and opportunities facing Mississippi workers and employers. Read Partners Update to learn more.
Participate in Call-in Session on Innovative Rust Belt Cities
11/27/2013 - How are older industrialized cities working to attract investors and new residents? This session focuses on the roles anchor institutions and cultural and arts organizations can play in these cities. Check out Partners Update to register for this session.
Small Businesses, Big Effects: Investing in Microenterprises
Microenterprise development initiatives can help to create and grow businesses and, in many cases, much needed jobs. Elaine Edgcomb and Tamra Thetford at the Aspen Institute discuss their proposal for encouraging microenterprise investment as a job creation strategy in an Economic Development podcast.