Entrepreneurship and Innovation in Welcoming Cities: Lessons from Chicago, Dayton, and Nashville

As released and reported by the American Immigration Council today, Entrepreneurship and Innovation in Welcoming Cities: Lessons from Chicago, Dayton, and Nashville by Paul McDaniel, Ph.D.

In an effort to create a more welcoming environment for immigrants, those looking to make a difference can glean insight from Chicago, Dayton, and Nashville. Known as Welcoming Cities since 2010, they have each implemented initiatives that promote immigrant entrepreneurship and innovation in their communities, providing key lessons about how localities can ensure that immigrant entrepreneurs can maximize their potential to the benefit of all residents, especially  those struggling with an economic or population decline.

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