Ohio’s third annual Global Entrepreneurship Week kicks off Monday, Nov. 16, with 10 online events that begin a series of sessions that focus on strengthening the environment for startup businesses and reaching out to communities not traditionally engaged in entrepreneurial activity.
In its first two years, the week was a way for entrepreneurs and support organizations to come together at live events to make contacts and exchange ideas. Because of the COVID-19 pandemic, this year is different. Statewide organizer Pauly Suchy described the focus this year as redefining what it means to be a business owner in the new virtual world
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Written by Jay Miller.
Originally published November 5, 2020.