Entrepreneurs exist beyond Silicon Valley. There’s tremendous potential for venture capital and innovation in small companies and small towns across rural America, as well as in policy decisions affecting those communities made in Washington, D.C. Experts from Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business weigh in on the opportunities and impact that rural entrepreneurship can have.
The video features:
- Matt McKenna, executive in residence, Global Social Enterprise Initiative’s Rural Opportunity Initiative
- Jeff Reid, founding director, Georgetown Entrepreneurship