Entrepreneurial Communities (e2) Events
2016 Arizona Rural Policy Forum
Keynote Energizing Entrepreneurs as Pathways to Community Prosperity, August 11, 2016, Pine Top, AZ by Don Macke
Workshop Developing Rural Entrepreneurship, August 11, 2016, Pine Top, AZ by Don Macke
Energizing Entrepreneurs - Don Macke
Workshop August, 9, 2016 at the Freeport-McMoRan Graham County Community Partnership Panel's meeting in Safford, AZ
The Many Faces of Entrepreneurship: Creating a Supportive Environment - Deborah Markley
Keynote presentation April 25, 2016 at the 14th Annual North Country Symposium in Canton, NY
Choices About Our Future - Don Macke
Keynote presentation March 21, 2016 at Shaping Our Own Destiny, The Future of Agriculture in Pickaway County, Ohio.
Nurturing and Growing Entrepreneurial Talent - It Takes a Community Ecosystem - Deborah Markley
Keynote presentation March 17, 2016 at the Appalachian Conference on Social Enterprise.
Developing an Entrepreneurial Community - Don Macke
Workshop conducted in Bairnsdale, Australia on Apr. 29, 2015 and again in Shepparton, Australia on Apr. 22, 2015, sponsored by Marcus Oldham College, Victoria, Australia.
Fostering Entrepreneurship in Rural Communities and Regional Economies - Don Macke
Panel discussion Apr. 21, 2015 for The Centre for the Study of Rural Australia, Marcus Oldham College in Geelong, Australia. Macke was one of five panelists in this Q & A session facilitated by Peter Kenyon, Bank of I.D.E.A.S.
Entrepreneurship for a More Resilient Economy - Don Macke
Workshop conducted in Geelong, Australia on Aprl. 21, 2015. Sponsored by Marcus Oldham College, Victoria, Australia.
Delivering Gigabit Service to Your Community - Don Macke
Panel discussion Mar. 10, 2015 at the NTCA Rural Telecom Industry Expo in Phoenix, Arizona. In this video, Macke talks about how high speed connectivity fosters innovation and economic vitality
Community-Based and Entrepreneur-Focused Development: Why Virginia Needs A Ground Game – Don Macke and Deborah Markley
Keynote presentation to the Virginia Community Economic Network inaugural conference featuring discussion of what it takes to create stronger entrepreneurial communities and the lessons learned from Kansas.
Growing Entrepreneurial Communities: Exploring Entrepreneurship (2014) – Don Macke
Five-part professional development webinar series for community leaders interested in exploring entrepreneur-focused economic development.
Growing Entrepreneurial Communities: Working with Entrepreneurs (2014) – Don Macke
Five-part professional development webinar series for community leaders who are actively working with entrepreneurs and want to enhance their abilities and impact.
The 10 Steps to Building a Culture of Innovation (2014) – Don Macke
Pre-conference training session, sponsored by the Sierra Business Council, focused on sharing field-tested insights into building an entrepreneurial culture.
Energizing Entrepreneurial Communities: A Pathway to Prosperity Webinar (2014) – Don Macke and Deborah Markley
Pro Learning Laboratory sponsored webinar to introduce the Center’s new book, Energizing Entrepreneurial Communities: A Pathway to Prosperity, and provide a roadmap for communities interested in starting or moving an entrepreneur-focused development effort forward.
Risks to the Rural Landscape – Don Macke
Presentation to the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City’s Structural Transitions in Global Agriculture conference, focused on tying trends in the agricultural sector to a broader understanding of what it takes to build a strong rural economy.
Energizing Entrepreneurial Communities: A Pathway to Prosperity (2014) – Don Macke
Presentation to the International Community Development Society Conference to share the rationale for creating entrepreneurial communities, lessons learned from Kansas and the building blocks for success.
Good Entrepreneurs Good Jobs Strategy (2014) – Don Macke
Presentation to a Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City conference sharing promising practices for empowering good entrepreneurs who create good jobs and drive prosperity.