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Neighborhood Economics Conference Starts Tuesday In Cincinnati

There has been much economic development in Downtown and Over-the-Rhine.  Now some are trying to get more of that business activity into the city's other neighborhoods.  

A two-day conference on that topic begins Tuesday at Xavier University.  The goal is to highlight the importance, and foster growth, of the economy at the neighborhood level.

Sponsors say the city has a number of resources for local entrepreneurs, but often people have difficulty connecting with those opportunities.  

Local and national experts will be talking about growing neighborhood businesses and ventures.

Click here to listen to a Cincinnati Edition interview about the neighborhood economics conference.