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Live Webcast from the Inc. 500/5000 Conference in Washington DC
WASHINGTON, September 17, 2008 — A live webcast of "The Next President and the Entrepreneurial Economy," a panel discussion featuring Jason Furman, the Director of Economy Policy for Barack Obama, and Doug Holtz-Eakin, Director of Economic Policy for John McCain, will take place Friday, September 19 from 4:45 to 6:00 pm EST. The event will be moderated by Kauffman Foundation president and CEO Carl Schramm and available for viewing at: http://video.kauffman.org/services/player/bcpid1801874785
The event will take place at the Inc. 500/Inc. 5000 Conference in front of more than 1,000 entrepreneurial superstars?the men and women leading the fastest-growing, private companies in America. Furman and Holtz-Eakin will discuss the candidates' thoughts and plans regarding taxes, job creation, credit, innovation, immigration policy, education, the SBA, and other issues critical to the growth and success of small and medium-size businesses over the next four years and beyond.
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