If you’ve been following this web site for the past few months, you probably noticed that there hasn’t been much new content since the beginning of 2017. At UEI, we have been consumed with internal matters and with plotting our
#UES2016 is history. Now the real work begins. We have posted the recap of the 2016 Urban Entrepreneurship Symposium on the UEI web site, and we will continue to add more information in the coming weeks. Please take the time to
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Keynote speakers for Oct. 19-21 Urban Entrepreneurship Symposium focus on economic revival in Flint; registration is underway.
The Urban Entrepreneurship Symposium is a one-of-a-kind conference that assembles entrepreneurs, aspiring entrepreneurs, and their allies from academia, government, and community organizations.
Flint’s revival begins with you! As part of the 2016 Urban Entrepreneurship Initiative activities, we want to hear your idea – your “pitch” – for making life better in Flint, Michigan. Whether your pitch is an idea for a new business, or
In preparation for #UES2016, the Urban Entrepreneurship Initiative wants to hear directly from Flint citizens regarding their business ideas, community improvement suggestions, and gripes, and will give recognition and prizes to the best presentations.
David Tarver, UEI founder and president, discusses the 2016 Urban Entrepreneurship Symposium, to be held in Flint, Michigan on October 19-21, with legendary broadcaster Chuck Stokes on his show “Spotlight on the News.” Tarver discusses his entrepreneur background, his hopes
(excerpt) Broadcast September 18, 2016 UEI founder and president David Tarver discusses his entrepreneurial journey, the Urban Entrepreneurship Initiative, and the 2016 Urban Entrepreneurship Symposium to be held in Flint, Michigan on October 19-21.
In one of the most comprehensive works yet written on the history of inequality and metropolitan development in modern America, author Andrew R. Highsmith uses the case of Flint to explain how the perennial quest for urban renewal contributed to