Peoria Public Radio Staff
Tue December 3, 2013
Thrive Capital closing doors on South Side
“But more important is the membership of people wanting to be involved on a day-to-day basis and that’s where the biggest concern came from because that is the future of that HUB and that social entrepreneurship is people involvement on a daily basis,” Krueger says.
Kreuger says fewer than 10 people signed up as formal members of Thrive Capital. Peoria County spent $60,000 in federal grant money for a feasibility study of Thrive Capital. Officials say the study could support future efforts to launch a start-up incubator in the area.