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Why Co-Working Has Transformed How Entrepreneurs Start Up

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The internet and technology advances have changed the way we start up our businesses. It has changed where and how we work and how we connect to others. In this episode of Business: Engaged!, we talk about the concept of co-working. Never heard of it? I bet you've wished for it.

This week is an encore presentation of our interview with entrepreneurship advocate Josh Clemence that originally aired on May 21, 2012, Josh tells us how co-working sets the stage for a thriving start up. Without Josh, the Iceberg co-working facility and the Northwest Arkansas Entrepreneurship Alliance would not be helping others make their ideas reality.

This architecture grad turned tech entrepreneur is the former brand manager for Acumen Brands, an e-commerce company located in Fayetteville, Arkansas. Founded in 2009, the company operates twelve separate online stores in twelve different niche categories and has seventy employees.

Since the original broadcast, Josh has launched his own startup. BLKBOXLabs provides creative, communication, and technology integration services.

This is Episode 5. It originally aired on May 21, 2012 on my old network. I am re-broadcasting it to share my older episodes with my BlogTalkRadio listeners.

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