Dr. Jeff Cornwall, director of Belmont’s Center for Entrepreneurship and professor of management, was recently invited to participate in a roundtable dinner in Washington, D.C. hosted by Elizabeth Baker Keffer, president of AtlanticLIVE and vice president of The Atlantic. The Dec. 7 dinner discussion centered on the role the financial community will play in encouraging the growth of small and mid-size businesses. In addition to Dr. Cornwall, attendees included leaders in business, media and higher education including executives from Merrill Lynch, reporters from The Washington Post and New York Times and leaders from the Center for Economic and Policy Research, the Small Business Majority, the Brookings Institution, the NAACP and the National Bankers Association, among others.
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