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October 13, 2020 20:52

Nowhere is the argument for localization more compelling than in food and farming. Some of us may buy a new pair of shoes every few months, a new car once in five years.

October 13, 2020 20:50

What role does the concept play in founding a company? Neither the research on entrepreneurship nor the practical advice given to startup entrepreneurs places much weight on the underlying idea. Ideas are a dime a dozen. What could an idea be worth anyway?

October 13, 2020 20:50

Nowhere is the argument for localization more compelling than in food and farming. Some of us may buy a new pair of shoes every few months, a new car once in five years.

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October 13, 2020 20:50

What role does the concept play in founding a company? Neither the research on entrepreneurship nor the practical advice given to startup entrepreneurs places much weight on the underlying idea. Ideas are a dime a dozen. What could an idea be worth anyway?

October 13, 2020 20:50

Nowhere is the argument for localization more compelling than in food and farming. Some of us may buy a new pair of shoes every few months, a new car once in five years.

October 13, 2020 20:49

provided a steady profit for their owners and secure employment for their workers without the need for continuous expansion. Businesses of this sort were, in fact, the bedrock of their communities, serving to hold the local economy together for generation after generation. It Is only when the economy is in the hands of distant investors and loses its connection to people and place that growth becomes an imperative.

October 13, 2020 20:49

What role does the concept play in founding a company? Neither the research on entrepreneurship nor the practical advice given to startup entrepreneurs places much weight on the underlying idea. Ideas are a dime a dozen. What could an idea be worth anyway?

October 13, 2020 20:49

What role does the concept play in founding a company? Neither the research on entrepreneurship nor the practical advice given to startup entrepreneurs places much weight on the underlying idea. Ideas are a dime a dozen. What could an idea be worth anyway?

October 13, 2020 20:48

provided a steady profit for their owners and secure employment for their workers without the need for continuous expansion. Businesses of this sort were, in fact, the bedrock of their communities, serving to hold the local economy together for generation after generation. It Is only when the economy is in the hands of distant investors and loses its connection to people and place that growth becomes an imperative.

October 13, 2020 20:48

Nowhere is the argument for localization more compelling than in food and farming. Some of us may buy a new pair of shoes every few months, a new car once in five years.