Recession Sparks Entrepreneurialism in Ballard

While many small business in Ballard have closed due to the recession, many others have opened for the same reason.

In our fourth installment in a series of stories by the nonprofit Common Language Project and students of the University of Washington’s Entrepreneurial Journalism class, Aislyn Greene and Krista Staudinger look into why entrepreneurialism is so prominent during tough economic times.

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3 comments on “Recession Sparks Entrepreneurialism in Ballard”

  1. Good job by the Ballard Chamber of Commerce to attract 20 new businesses the past 2 years.

    : )

  2. From the headline I expected this to be a story about Real Change sellers, panhandlers, con artists, and car prowlers.

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