A Tale of Two Generations: Parallel and Divergent Paths of a Family of Ethiopian Immigrant Entrepreneur

In this conversation between Drew Harris, The Emergent Entrepreneur Collection Editor at Lived Places Publishing and Yoni Medhin, author of An Ethiopian Family's Journey of Entrepreneurship in the US: A Story of Determination, Resourcefulness, and Faith, they discuss how Yoni's entrepreneurial journey as a second generation immigrant was shaped by, but different from, his parents’ entrepreneurial journey as first generation immigrants.

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Michael Boezi
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Entrepreneurship in Places Unexplored

Dr Drew Harris outlines his vision for the stories and explorations of entrepreneurs who don’t fit the “norm”, who operate on the margins, or who face challenges that others don’t. 

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Drew Harris
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by Michael Boezi

In this conversation between Drew Harris, The Emergent Entrepreneur Collection Editor at Lived Places Publishing and Yoni Medhin, author of An Ethiopian Family's Journey of Entrepreneurship in the US: A Story of Determination, Resourcefulness, and Faith, they discuss how Yoni's entrepreneurial journey as a second generation immigrant was shaped by, but different from, his parents’ entrepreneurial journey as first generation immigrants.

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