Entrepreneurs work to raise up OTR residents with community

Students will take classes and have access to mentors who can show them the ropes of entrepreneurship, including marketing, branding, finance and business development. The idea is to help residents of Over-the-Rhine break out of poverty. “It’s a situation where there are so many people in the area who don’t seem to see a way out of their current economic situation,” Woods said. “It’s a visible need. Walking up and down Vine or Main street and then north of Liberty, it’s something very obvious, but not something people are necessarily paying attention to.”
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Cincinnati Business Courier
by Andy Brownfield

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