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Are you a builder, opportunist, specialist or innovator? This article breaks down these four types of entrepreneurial DNA.
Camden, NJ – In an effort to encourage students, faculty and office workers in downtown Camden to patronize restaurants in Camden’s commercial districts, the Latin American Economic Development Association, Inc. (LAEDA) hosted its first Dine Around Friday event on Friday November 15, 2013 at San Lucas Mexican Restaurant on Federal Street in East Camden, NJ.
Camden, NJ – The Camden Children’s Garden, a fixture on the Camden Waterfront for more than 14 years, is partnering with The Latin American Economic Development Association, Inc. (LAEDA) another long standing Camden organization, to contribute business education classes to the Garden’s “Camden Grows” urban agri-business program.
CAMDEN - The dining hall food was getting tired, Brian Gregg, a sophomore at Rutgers-Camden, said before digging into a plate of tortilla chips garnished with refried beans and queso fresco. Gregg, 19, left campus Friday to chow down at San Lucas Mexican Restaurant in East Camden as part of the first Friday Dine Out Day - an initiative launched by the Latin American Economic Development Association (LAEDA) to promote local businesses, a week after a city curfew for late-night eateries took effect.
As a general rule, gut instinct is nothing to be ashamed of. Quite the opposite. It’s really just pattern recognition, isn’t it? You’ve seen something so many times over your life or career that you just get what’s going on without a lot of deep thinking. Gut instinct is a deep, even subconscious, familiarity — the voice inside you that tells you “Go for it now” or “No way — not ever.” We would wager, however, that the most common gut call falls in between the two. We’re talking about the “uh-oh” response in which your stomach informs you that something is not right.
New Jersey veteran small business owners received a total of 56 loans backed by the Small Business Administration totaling $30.8 million in the fiscal year that ended Sept. 30, according to SBA New Jersey District Director Al Titone.
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Like most entrepreneurs, Frederick Hutson cannot resist trying to solve a thorny problem. His company, Pigeonly, based in Las Vegas, taps an underserved and “captive” market by offering prison inmates an easy and efficient way to receive photos from loved ones and to make phone calls to them inexpensively. “Isolation is the worst thing for an inmate,” Mr. Hutson said. “It makes it hard for him to rebuild his life when he gets out.”
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