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Continued: Small Business: Twin Cities Business Peer Network

  • Article by: TODD NELSON , Special to the Star Tribune
  • Last update: October 13, 2013 - 1:47 PM

“Not all currency is coins and bills,” Moreno said. “We have our compensation in having people come back and say, ‘I found this job, I thank you.’ ”

The expert says: Alan Benson, an assistant professor in the work and organizations group at the University of Minnesota’s Carlson School of Management, and his wife attended the TCBPN’s fifth-anniversary event.

“We were struck by how helpful people were and also how genuinely and sincerely interested people there were in making connections that we thought were appropriate,” said Benson, who was viewing the group from a professional perspective while his wife was looking for insights into the labor market after their move to the Twin Cities over the summer.

 

Todd Nelson is a freelance writer in Woodbury. His e-mail address is todd_nelson@mac.com.

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