Gallup summit provokes small business growth
Western Nebraska Community College Dean of Economic and Community Development Judy Amoo, left, and Addiction Counseling and Consultation
Services owner Juanita Rodriguez reflect on data they learned about
during the 2012 Gallup Entrepreneur Acceleration System Impact Summit in Omaha.
Posted: Saturday, January 5, 2013 10:19 pm
Creating and sustaining a small business in America can be a challenge, but one local woman looks for new ways to help small business growth in the Panhandle after participating in the Gallup Entrepreneur Acceleration Program in Omaha.
Western Nebraska Community College Dean of Economic and Community Development Judy Amoo attended the 2012 Gallup Entrepreneur Acceleration System Impact Summit on Dec. 6 in Omaha, joining 1,000 managers and 4,200 employees from 145 companies.
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