Rural entrepreneurs who want to succeed in the rural economy need to understand the skills and strategies that have made them successful in the national and international economy, and have a strong set of business models to build upon, according to a new book.
The book, Rural Entrepreneurship in the U.S.: From the Wild to the New, is published by the Urban Institute and is co-authored by two professors of business administration and government.
The authors write that while many rural entrepreneurs have been inspired by the opportunities they’ve found in rural communities, many of these entrepreneurs have not fully grasped the practical skills required to make their business viable in the global economy.
“Many rural entrepreneurs are simply not aware of the business and economic challenges they face, especially because rural entrepreneurs tend to have a low income, a limited number of years of experience, and few assets, as well as the lack of access to a variety of financing and capital markets,” the authors write.
In addition to providing practical solutions to these challenges, the authors argue that the book offers some important lessons about the importance of a rural entrepreneurial community and its value to the economy and society.
“The Rural Entrepreneur in the 21st Century: Rural Business Development in the Age of Globalization is an indispensable resource for any aspiring entrepreneur in the state and region that wants to make a significant contribution to the American economy,” the book states.
The report, published in December, was sponsored by the Rural Business Foundation, the Institute of American Development, the National Rural Business Association, the Association of State Rural Business Organizations and the National Council for Rural Business.
Rural Business Development Foundation executive director Michael B. Stauffer said the book is an important step in helping rural businesses become more successful in a global economy where competition and competition is intense.
“If you’re a small business, you’re going to have to figure out a way to survive and survive in this market,” Stauff said.
“You have to learn how to compete in a world that is growing faster than the rest of the world.”
The report outlines key business development strategies that rural businesses need to adopt to successfully compete in the world economy.
The Rural Business Institute is the nation’s largest business development organization that advocates for rural businesses.
The organization’s goal is to provide advice and support to small businesses and other stakeholders in order to ensure that the businesses of the future will have the ability to thrive in the marketplace of the 21 st century.
The institute supports the development of rural businesses by assisting them in finding, developing and securing financing, conducting research and managing capital.