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So far Grace Newsome has created 19 blog entries.

Creating Connections for Struggling Businesses through the Refocus Workshop

2020-11-13T12:58:23-05:00July 15th, 2020|Community Stories, Ecosystems + Economies, Starter Support|

How Pasco EDC's SMARTstart used the CO.STARTERS Refocus business recovery workshop to reach unsupported entrepreneurs in their community and connect them to vital support.

Serving the Underserved: The Commons on Champa // Denver, Colorado

2020-06-24T22:39:34-04:00March 18th, 2020|Community Stories, Ecosystems + Economies|

From providing a tech hub to those without access to technology, to workshops designed to engage female entrepreneurs, to offering our very own CO.STARTERS Core program to the city, The Commons on Champa truly embodies the CO.STARTERS mission.

Finding POSSIBLE: The CO.STARTERS 2019 Impact Story

2020-03-13T16:04:33-04:00March 11th, 2020|Ecosystems + Economies, News|

The importance of our work with entrepreneurs and ecosystem builders is often hard to communicate. This year, when we put our annual report together, we tried to capture the deeper story between the numbers—of impact that is happening in lives and communities—to paint a picture of what is possible in any community. Read the [...]

Addressing the Gaps: Auckland University of Technology // Auckland, New Zealand

2020-03-04T09:38:18-05:00March 3rd, 2020|Community Stories, Ecosystems + Economies|

Sabrina Nagel and the entrepreneurship team team at Auckland University of Technology are proving the value of CO.STARTERS for everyone—especially college students. Check out the work they’re doing.

Fighting for our Soldiers: Action Zone // Tampa, Florida

2020-02-18T11:11:16-05:00February 14th, 2020|Community Stories, Ecosystems + Economies|

It can be extremely difficult for Veterans to find the support they need upon re-entering civilian life. Our friends at Action Zone are doing the incredible work of supplying the proper support and tools to this often overlooked demographic.

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