2022 Connecting Entrepreneurial Communities Conference Program & Presentations

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2022 Connecting Entrepreneurial Communities Conference Program & Presentations

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University of Minnesota Extension




Entrepreneurs will help create the future of Minnesota. That's why the Connecting Entrepreneurial Communities (CEC) conference will, for the third year, bring together entrepreneurs, business leaders, economic development professionals, decision makers, and community champions. Together, we can create the kind of supportive networks that help entrepreneurs succeed in our communities. The conference is being led by University of Minnesota Extension Center for Community Vitality, and joined by the Red Wing Ignite, Red Wing Port Authority, Red Wing Chamber of Commerce, Visit Red Wing, Red Wing Downtown Mainstreet, the Minnesota Small Business Development Centers, Rethos, Launch Minnesota, the Southwest Initiative Foundation, East Central Regional Development Commission, and Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development.



This document includes the conference program brochure for the 2022 CEC Conference and copies of the presentations provided by speakers at the conference.

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Red Wing Port Authority, Great River Energy, Minnesota Community Capital Fund, Iron Range Resources and Rehabilitation, Community Reinvestment Fund, and Launch Minnesota

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Bhattacharyya, Rani A; Linscheid, Neil; Hawkins, Jennifer; King, Eric; Siems, Greg. (2022). 2022 Connecting Entrepreneurial Communities Conference Program & Presentations. Retrieved from the University Digital Conservancy, https://hdl.handle.net/11299/255355.

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