Cultural Entrepreneurship: At the crossroads of people, place, and prosperity

A presentation by Alice Loy, PhD, Co-founder and Director of Programs at the Global Center for Cultural Entrepreneurship. <div style="margin-bottom:5px"> <strong> <a href="https://www.slideshare.net/aliceloy/why-we-invest-in-cultural-entrepreneurs" title="Why we invest in cultural entrepreneurs" target="_blank">Why we invest in cultural entrepreneurs</a> </strong> from <strong><a href="http://www.slideshare.net/aliceloy" target="_blank">Global Center for Cultural Entrepreneurship</a></strong> </div>

In Forbes: Why Jay-Z’s London Train Ride Is Such A Big Deal

While going through my newsletters and some reading, I came across this recent article in Forbes online mag entitled: "The Cultural Entrepreneur, Why Jay-Z's London Train Ride Is Such A Big Deal". I think a north American would make much more of this article than I, a southern European have made, but nonetheless, that are … Continue reading In Forbes: Why Jay-Z’s London Train Ride Is Such A Big Deal

Arts and Cultural Entrepreneurship

An interesting reading can be found in "The Engaged Scholar Magazine" of the Michigan State University entitled "Arts and Cultural Entrepreneurship" (Volume 3, Summer 2008). Its author, C. Kurt Dewhurst, Department of English at the College of Arts and Letters of MSU, talks about [...] "leveraging Michigan's creative talent". Here is an abstract: "Michigan has embraced … Continue reading Arts and Cultural Entrepreneurship