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Published on Nov 4, 2011
Local economic development officials are considering a different strategy to grow existing businesses and create jobs that has been successful in other parts of the country. Economic gardening, an entrepreneur-centered economic growth strategy, was introduced Tuesday, November 1st, to area business leaders at CityWide Development's second annual economic development dialogue at Sinclair Community College. The goal of economic gardening is to connect entrepreneurs and expanding companies to resources, infrastructure and information to give them the same opportunities to grow and thrive as large corporations.