Blog, Rural Founder Conversations|EntrepreneurshipRural startup qBraid aims to become 'the place' for quantum computing
With entrepreneurship assistance from the Black River Innovation Campus (BRIC) in Springfield, Vermont, Kanav Setia channeled his skills into an education and research platform called qBraid he hopes can accelerate the quantum computing revolution.
Blog|BroadbandPrioritizing access to broadband can lead to improved telehealth adoption
To effectively provide telehealth services where they are needed most, broadband deployment must remain a priority. Without it, post-pandemic telehealth services have the potential to fall back to serving as nonessential.
Scalable tech entrepreneurship is, in some ways, the apex of a tech economy ecosystem. Startups are a key source of job creation, and the ones that scale can transform a community and create regenerative wealth.
For a rural place to become an entrepreneurial center, people need to actively believe it’s possible — and that everyone, from all racial, gender, educational, class, and professional backgrounds are truly included in those tech opportunities.
Communities need to be able to connect capable workers with opportunities in the technology industry. This requires them to have a sufficient mix of locally based tech employers and remote work opportunities.
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