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This Startup Is Using The Many Hours Low-Income Americans Spend In Laundromats To Improve Access To Healthcare
Allister Chang and Courtney Bragg launched a startup called Fabric Health aimed at helping low-income people receive improved access to healthcare while spending time in laundromats. “Laundromats are de facto community centers,” says Bragg.
Recast City’s program aims to help communities build strong downtowns by building up a base of resilient small-scale manufacturers, ranging from coffee roasters to artisans, working out of storefronts.
With the recent centennial of the 1921 race massacre in Tulsa as the backdrop, quite a number of local efforts are underway to honor the anniversary and boost Black entrepreneurship in the city. One of those initiatives is Build in Tulsa.
The dire threat posed by climate change and the urgent need for decisive measures is now recognized by a large majority of C-suite executives across many nations, but most have yet to follow through on that concern by taking the meaningful, real-world actions required to tackle the emergency.
Waterville, Me., was a city of empty storefronts, with its streets in disrepair. Now, a coordinated effort to revive the once-struggling former mill town is transforming the downtown, attracting new businesses and jumpstarting an economic revival.
Advisors who want to reposition their firms to focus on wealthier households have their work cut out for them.