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CINCINNATI — Since it launched in 2014, MORTAR has helped 270 aspiring entrepreneurs build companies as a way to improve their lives. Now the Over-the-Rhine nonprofit is working to help its graduates keep their businesses – and their dreams -- alive. “We are an organization trying to figure out what to do right now,” said Allen Woods, MORTAR co-founder and executive director. “But even bigger than that is that we have 270 graduates trying to survive.”
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‘Now’s a really important time’
Lucy May
Posted at 5:00 AM, Apr 09, 2020; Last updated 5:54 PM, Apr 09, 2020


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