EPG Model for the Transitioning Appalachian Economies 
Collaborative 
Partnerships
Strategies Promising Economic 
Sectors ...
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EPG Model for Transitioning Appalachian Economies

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The Entrepreneurship for the Public Good Program envisions for eastern Kentucky (the KRADD region) to become recognized (through private, not-for-profit, private and social enterprises) as one of the great destination of the USA with a celebration of Appalachian heritage and life, innovative trails system, world-class adventure recreation venues, authentic frontier culture, art and music amenities, combined with local retail, restaurants, accommodations and businesses supporting the passive and active tourism and recreation economy.

This model stimulated by the Appalachian Founder Network frames the six years of work conducted by the Entrepreneurship for the Public Good Program.

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EPG Model for Transitioning Appalachian Economies

  1. 1. EPG Model for the Transitioning Appalachian Economies  Collaborative  Partnerships Strategies Promising Economic  Sectors  Indicators of Success Long Term  Objectives Trust and Relationships Across Partners and Sectors Common Values, Ethics, Vision and Analysis Increased Capital  Rise in New Businesses Access to Small  Expansion of Existing  Businesses Businesses Education for Growth of New Ventures Entrepreneurs Expand Digital Knowledge Market Access Raise Living Wage Job Increase in Youth ProgramsAdvance Justice More Public & Private  System & Policies Investments & Support for  Transition Strategies Strengthen  Engaged Communities Community Effective Local Leaders Capacity High Performing Firms  A Thriving  and  Sustainable  Economy  Social Enterprises            Non‐Profits        Private             Public  Renewable Energy and  Energy Efficiency  Local Food Systems  Health  Digital Technologies Arts, Culture and Tourism  Source: Modified from the Appalachian Funders Network Working Framework Model, 2014  

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