Meet Jim Eldridge: anthropologist, city planner, and economic developer.
With "Buffalo Hunting in Alabama: A Novel", retired econ dev Don Erwin has written an engrossing thriller and economic development textbook.
In this episode, we hear from Zachary Barker about entrepreneurship-led economic development.
Rural economic development, education, needle moving, change agent, and startup founder.
Not content to to just do interviews, in this episode host Dane Carlson tries talking to himself.
What happens when you pair one of the friendliest economic developers you'll ever meet, with one of the most interesting cities that you've never heard of?
In this episode we talk about making "rural cool" in Southeast Ohio with Taylor Stepp.
As former President Harry Truman said, "It is amazing what you can accomplish when you do not care who gets the credit."
The episode in which we interview a superhero.
Now this is different: Dane talks to an economic developer who recruits from the US.