18 Months After Katrina
How are entrepreneurs on the Gulf Coast faring, and what's in store for the Crescent City?
Eighteen months after Hurricane Katrina ravaged the Gulf Coast, these are days of "change or die" for area entrepreneurs.
"The reality of [Katrina's aftermath] is this: You either evolve or go someplace else," says Carmen Sunda, director of the Loui-siana Small Business Development Center, Greater New Orleans Region. "It's a wonderful place for opportunity, but the name of the game is change."
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