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The downtown co-working space aims to build -- one entrepreneur at a time -- a new Milwaukee economy.

By - Mar 19th, 2014 05:39 pm
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2 thoughts on “City Business: 96square”

  1. This article raises the provocative question — are city officials right to emphasize manufacturing? Is entrepreneurship the key to stemming the loss of young people in this city? Thanks for the story.

  2. Casey says:

    Love this! Couldnt agree more Horne. We need to quit looking at the past but the future. If mke’s founding fathers did that this place woumd still be a swampy forest. Lets take advantage of the resources we have…educated studentz with ideas and old money.

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