Vision Shared Launches Entrepreneurship Effort in W.Va

Lannom, Andrea
May 2012
State Journal (WV);5/18/2012, Vol. 28 Issue 20, p5
The article presents information on the efforts made by Vision Shared, a nonprofit organization, for increasing entrepreneurship in West Virginia. Jeff James, co-chairmen of the Vision Shared entrepreneurship committee, says that they want West Virginia to have highest per capita rate. It mentions that the organization wants to develop flex space so that small business and communities may come together.


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