Entrepreneurship By Necessity: Front-Lawn Enterprises In L.A.

Entrepreneurship By Necessity: Front-Lawn Enterprises In L.A.
Retail

A look at businesses that are set up out of necessity because of the economic climate, by single parents or immigrants who can't find work.

Emma Hutchings
  • 9 may 2011

Alex Schmidt’s article in GOOD Magazine examines the growing number of businesses set up on people’s front lawns; shops with new items laid out on tables and racks (including clothes, toys and electronics), car washes, taquerias, and many more.

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