In a fast-paced, and increasingly unpredictable world, how we think about recovery and who it might benefit are key to supporting resilient, inclusive economies. What can the recent rounds of COVID-19 recovery programs teach us about the complex issues related to the design and delivery of equitable and inclusive economic recovery programs? This forum will explore the key insights from the report, “COVID-19 and Entrepreneurial Firms: Seeding an Inclusive and Equitable Recovery” recently released by Smart Incentives and Kauffman Foundation. The event will also feature examples of recovery programs from across the country that each worked to integrate more equitable design principles and processes into their programs. We will engage in a dialogue across the cases to reflect on the key insights from the report and we will also give ample space for questions from the audience.
This forum is open to the public and we invite everyone involved with entrepreneurship and recovery - especially ESOs, policy makers, community leaders, researchers, and entrepreneurs to join. Plan to leave with data-driven insights, examples, and tools to help strengthen the conversations and planning around recovery efforts in your own community.
Agenda to be added in July!
The session may be recorded for future public dissemination.
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