18 Months After Katrina
How are entrepreneurs on the Gulf Coast faring, and what's in store for the Crescent City?
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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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