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Executive Director, CTNext
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Treating them as equal partners in revitalizing our communities is smart policy.
Women and people of color have the ideas. They just need opportunity, capital and support to reach the next level.
Crowdfunding, universities and government programs can be attractive options for people who want to start a business without giving up too much equity.
Non-capital resources like working space, proximity to universities and strong networking opportunities count for a lot.
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