October 20, 2015 For many New Yorkers, the Bronx still conjures images of mayhem and poverty. But the entrepreneurs who operate out of the borough want the world to know that times have changed, even if attitudes haven’t. “I’ve been in the Bronx 40 years,” said John Mullane, president of art handler Transcon International. “I’ve seen it burned down and I’ve seen it come back up.” He said the borough is undervalued and undersold, and that an upside awaits those who work or invest there—if only more would work and invest there. That concern was echoed by two dozen other Bronx entrepreneurs during a recent visit to Boricua College for an on-the-record discussion with Crain’s reporters and editors. Read more... http://www.crainsnewyork.com/article/20151020/OPINION/151019861
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