Entrepreneurs — how to train them, motivate them and keep them — blossomed as a key theme during a luncheon panel of elite business, philanthropic, political and social leaders in town for the Republican National Convention. If Wednesday’s big-think panel looked at job creation from 30,000 feet, the entrepreneurs on hand provided proof of strong economic potential and hiring right here on solid ground.
At St. Petersburg startup Marxent, CEO Beck Besecker (formerly with Catalina Marketing) says Detroit venture capital is backing his business, whose technology transforms product images on printed ad fliers and catalogs into striking 3-D visuals. Read More
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