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Despite the recession, JumpStart Inc., a business development group that funds early-stage companies in the region, generated $90 million in economic impact last year.
That was an increase over 2008 — when JumpStart generated $75.7 million — according to a study by the organization...
...Economic impact includes such factors as the value of goods and services created and purchased by companies that JumpStart has invested in and provided various services to, as well as worker earnings and taxes...
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