CEDA

Episode 126: 1 Million Cups Rochester with CEDA and Collider Foundation

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This week on the podcast we link up with audio from the latest 1 Million Cups Rochester. 1 Million Cups is an educational event for entrepreneurs that takes place in 180 different communities across the nation. At every event, two different entrepreneurs tell their story and ask the community for specific help on an issue their business is facing. At the April 1 Million Cups Rochester we heard from entrepreneurial support organizations Community and Economic Development Associates (CEDA) and Collider Foundation.

 

Links from the show today:

1 Million Cups Rochester

Website: https://www.1millioncups.com/rochester

Facebook: @1MCRochester

Twitter: @1MillionCupsRST

Instagram: @1millioncupsrochester

 

Community and Economic Development Associates

Website: https://www.cedausa.com/

Facebook: @cedausa

Twitter: @CEDAUSA

Instagram: @ceda_usa

Odd News by Twin Musicom is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/)

Artist: http://www.twinmusicom.org/

Episode 119: From the Edge with Courtney Bergey Swanson and Nathan Wiedenman

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This week we launch our second “From the Edge” show in this new podcast series! On the show today we sit down with Nathan Wiedenman and Courtney Bergey Swanson. Nathan spent time in the entrepreneurial community in Boston before moving to Rochester about one year ago and brings valuable insight to our community. Courtney is the Director of Community Engagement with Community and Economic Development Associates (CEDA) and facilitates business development in rural communities in southern Minnesota. We cover a lot of ground on the show today with very diverse perspectives brought to the table. On the show we talk about the current Silicon Valley venture capital model, especially in software, focused on rapid development and exits and how this model is starting to change. We also compare growth of businesses in rural communities with mid- to large sized cities and discuss growing trends of young entrepreneurs moving back to their hometown to start a business to make their community a better place. We wrap up by taking about inclusivity barriers to the entrepreneurial community here in Rochester.

 

Links from the show today:

Rochester Rising’s Mental Wellness: Goal Setting and Time Management Workshop: https://www.facebook.com/events/575164749665204/

 

Collider Coworking

Website: https://www.collider.mn/

Facebook: @collidercoworking

Twitter: @collider_mn

Instagram: @collider_mn

 

CEDA

Website: https://www.cedausa.com/

Facebook: @cedausa

Twitter: @cedausa

Instagram: @ceda_usa