Accomplished, yes, but so much more

BIRTHING A STAR: When Max Winograd and his Brown classmates entered Betaspring’s 10-week “boot camp” after graduation, they were just three smart kids with a good idea. Today, thanks in part to that experience, they have attracted $3 million in capital and are well on their way to transforming the multibillion-dollar label marketplace. / PBN FILE PHOTO/BRIAN MCDONALD
BIRTHING A STAR: When Max Winograd and his Brown classmates entered Betaspring’s 10-week “boot camp” after graduation, they were just three smart kids with a good idea. Today, thanks in part to that experience, they have attracted $3 million in capital and are well on their way to transforming the multibillion-dollar label marketplace. / PBN FILE PHOTO/BRIAN MCDONALD
Running a successful business today is an extremely difficult proposition. The treadmarks of the Great Recession are still fresh across nearly every sector of the region’s economy, and thanks to the extra-slow pace of recovery in these parts, break-out growth is not likely to happen for a long time. But even if the economic downturn…

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