Five ways DC rocks (and two ways it doesn’t) at social entrepreneurship

Five ways DC rocks (and two ways it doesn’t) at social entrepreneurship

October 4, 2017 | Liam Sullivan, Greater Greater Washington

Across the country, cities tout policy carrots like tax incentives or development projects to attract and retain workers and industries. However, new research shows there are other things a city can do to boost a particular class of ethically-minded entrepreneurs–called social entrepreneurs–as they launch and grow their ventures.

Access to funding, quality of life, and other traits determine the health of social entrepreneurship in cities across the US. So does DC have what they need? 

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