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Why aren't there more entrepreneurs in Minnesota?

A new report from the Kauffman Index of Entrepreneurial Activity suggests on average, there are 320 entrepreneurs per 100,000 people around the country. In Minnesota, that number is only 230. Our neighboring states didn't fare much better.
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A new report from the Kauffman Index of Entrepreneurial Activity suggests on average, there are 320 entrepreneurs per 100,000 people around the country. In Minnesota, that number is only 230. Our neighboring states didn't fare much better.

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