Co-operation Instead of Competition with Meredith Hart

Today’s episode features Meredith Hart, a Fundamentals of Transaction graduate here at Influential U who learned that “Cooperation May be More Valuable than Competition,” or as Kirkland Tibbels always says, “Amateurs Compete. Professionals Cooperate.” Meredith Hart is the Economic Development Director for the City of Ventura. Her specialized knowledge in the marketplace is to help the city of Ventura with business engagement and vibrancy. She connects with economic partners on behalf of the city and helps businesses facilitate avenues toward success. She lives here in Ventura with her Husband, Ryan, and son, Dylan.

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The Influential U Podcast is produced by Influence Ecology, LLC in Ventura, California. This episode was recorded on July 6, 2022. The podcast theme is by Chris Standring and titled ‘Fast Train to Everywhere.’

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Read an Article by Meredith titled Government and Entrepreneurs

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