John Koten, Editor in Chief of Inc magazine, recently spoke about the “rise of the entrepreneurial class” at a talk I attended at the Cleveland City Club.
He called it one of two key factors in our economy today. A wide range of people today see themselves as entrepreneurs, he says — everyone from Martha Stewart to Snoop Dog to college kids to retiring Baby Boomers. In his words, “entrepreneurship is a huge underexpressed force” today, even in large companies.
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