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In 2016 the City of New Orleans adopted its first ever data policy with goals for cataloging and opening City data. Includes maps (food truck zones, grocery stores, restaurants - as indicated by occupational licenses, business associations, urban gardens, festivals and markets) and datasets (Certified Disadvantaged Business Enterprise directory).
New Orleans demographics, disaster recovery indicators, and actionable data visualization. Includes easy to use maps, high–demand downloadable spreadsheets and slideshows, video briefings, and objective analyses.
Small Business Edition is primarily for small business owners who need key data for their business plan or to better understand their potential market. It presents data for a single type of business at a time.
Food deserts are urban or rural areas with little or no access to fresh and affordable foods. Presents a spatial overview of where food-desert census tracts are located; provides selected population characteristics of food-desert census tracts; and offers data on food-desert census tracts that can be downloaded for community planning or research purposes.
The Albert Lepage Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation at Tulane University has launched the Greater New Orleans Startup Report to address the need for regional benchmarking for the startup and early-stage economy. Thanks to overwhelming community support, for the very first time we have ecosystem-wide data that facilitate insights on revenue and hiring needs and provide clues as to what it will take to help our companies grow. https://freeman.tulane.edu/greater-new-orleans-startup-index
New Orleans writer Ian McNulty hosts Where Y'Eat, a weekly exploration and celebration of food culture in the Crescent City and south Louisiana.
Ian gives listeners the low-down on the hottest new restaurants, old local favorites, and hidden hole-in-the-wall joints alike, and he profiles the new trends, the cherished traditions, and the people and personalities keeping America's most distinctive food scene cooking.