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During the pandemic, millions of workers quit their jobs, spurring a flurry of entrepreneurial activity and small business creation across the United States. Steve Case, chair and CEO of Revolution, Heather Boushey, a member of the White House Council of Economic Advisers, and Deborah Gladney and Angela Muhwezi-Hall, co-founders of QuickHire, join Washington Post Live for a series of conversations to discuss this surge in entrepreneurship, whether these trends can outlast the pandemic, the role of technology and the lasting impact on the economy.
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Member, White House Council of Economic Advisers
Chairman & CEO, Revolution
Co-founder, AOL
CEO & Co-founder, QuickHire
COO & Co-founder, QuickHire
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In a segment sponsored by YouTube, Vice President, Americas Tara Levy will join creative entrepreneurs Mimi G. and Randy Lau to discuss how content creators turn their passions and interests into successful businesses. Technology has provided new paths and the creative freedom for entrepreneurs to establish thriving businesses from the content they create online. These creative entrepreneurs are able to reach audiences worldwide, and in doing so, have a wide-ranging impact on the economy both on and offline.
Vice President, Americas, YouTube
Founder & CEO, Mimi G Style, Inc.
Founder, Content Creator @ Made With Lau


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