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Female entrepreneurs are creating businesses at record rates. Here’s why

New data from Gusto shows that women started half of all new businesses in 2023. This is compared to a mere 29% in 2019.

Study finds US does not have housing shortage, but shortage of affordable housing

Most of the nation’s markets have ample housing in total, but nearly all lack enough units affordable to very low-income households.

Senator Tester Introduces Bill to Support Affordable Housing Options in Montana

Senator’s Manufactured Housing Community Sustainability Act addresses rising housing costs by bolstering manufactured housing

The Hottest in R&D and Innovation Available for Licensing from TechLink

We’re also serving up the latest in VA lab breakthroughs available to license today. From a novel kidney disease treatment to a tool that reduces foodborne illnesses, these world-changing inventions offer the next wave of healthcare advances.

Tell us how Eventgroove has helped you fundraising or developing events and possibly win $500.

In return for a quick video telling us how Eventgroove has helped you run a great event or fundraiser, we’ll enter you to win a $500 Visa gift card!⁠

5 Remote Data Entry Jobs That Pay $100,000+ In 2024

These “data entry” roles have an added layer of complexity, such as data scientists, financial analysts, and research assistants. They require more skills than merely inputting data and performing administrative work.

Electric Vehicles Grow in the Desert: Peer Learning Helps Sedona Plan for Charging Infrastructure

Seeking ways to build EV charging capacity, Sedona participated in a peer-learning cohort through the U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE’s) Clean Energy to Communities (C2C) program focused on planning and funding strategies for EV charging infrastructure deployment. Interactions with peers and tailored advice from experts provided the city with valuable tools and ideas for updating their building codes to streamline the process for installing EV chargers.

For millionaire and four hunters, a wild Western lawsuit in Wyoming over public land

The ruling on an invisible corner in Elk Mountain, Wyo., could help determine how much private property rights thwart the public’s ability to access its land.

Boring Architecture Is Starving Your Brain – “Boring is worse than nothing,”

Thomas Heatherwick believes architecture has a “nutritional value” to society—and that the public desperately deserve a better offering.

10 negative body language signals to avoid in your next meeting  

When you consciously choose how to show up, it transforms meetings from mere discussions into powerful platforms for connection.