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Mon August 12, 2013
Assessing the entrepreneurial climate of Michigan
What's the state of entrepreneurship in West Michigan?
That's the question tackled in a new report from Grand Valley State University's Seidman College of Business. It finds that in just four years, there's been a big change in the way people think about being entrepreneurs.
We wanted to take a closer look at that changing mindset and find out what it means not only for West Michigan, but for the state.
Paul Iseley is chairman of the economics department at Grand Valley State's Seidman College of Business. He joined us today from GVSU.
Listen to the full interview above.