In mid-sized towns like Erie, there is risk aversion around launching a new business or initiative, though that has changed over the past two or three years.
Developing a professional pace means that you understand the rhythm of your work and establish processes to ensure short, medium, and long-term success.
New journeys of beginning, or of growth, can also be challenging for our community. Young entrepreneurs are starting many of these businesses, which is difficult if one doesn’t have decades of professional experience to draw from.
Entrepreneurs know that starting a new business is beyond difficult. It is grueling and stressful.
Brian Scott, a Board Member of the Innovation Collaborative and a member of BlueTree Allied Angels began blogging on WordPress about angel investment and the startup process.
Officially launched in January of 2016, Penn State Behrend’s Innovation Commons is already beginning to spark Innovation throughout Erie County.
In cities like Erie, especially those hit hard by Rust Belt decline, many are wondering how millennials will step up to shape their cities.