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The Dynamic in Some Rural Towns is Shifting

The Dynamic in Some Rural Towns is Shifting

Our work with the Kauffman Foundation has brought us into contact with some of the work they are doing to overcome “market gaps” in rural communities. Here’s an example from Sedalia, MO. It’s a discussion led by Evan Absher and Derek Ozkal of the Kauffman Foundation’s Entrepreneurship Team.

Evan and Derek are listening to the story of two entrepreneurs in Sedalia, MO.

They are sitting in the Craft Beer Cellar in Sedalia talking with Brad Wilstrom of Craft Beer Cellar and Alex Heimsoth of Hexcup, a business that is reinventing beer pong. 🙂

Ed Morrison
edmorrison@purdue.edu
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