Chapel Hill Mayor Mark Kleinschmidt, center, is welcomed to 1789, the UNC-CH business venture lab on West Franklin Street Friday by Jim Kitchen, right, founder of the UNC business venture lab. Kleinschmidt was host to a nationwide Mayors Innovation Project conference in Chapel Hill this week. On Friday, a number of mayors, city planners and staff from across the U.S. took a walking tour from the Carolina Inn to 1789 and Launch, another business incubator on West Rosemary Street.
Chapel Hill Mayor Mark Kleinschmidt, center, is welcomed to 1789, the UNC-CH business venture lab on West Franklin Street Friday by Jim Kitchen, right, founder of the UNC business venture lab. Kleinschmidt was host to a nationwide Mayors Innovation Project conference in Chapel Hill this week. On Friday, a number of mayors, city planners and staff from across the U.S. took a walking tour from the Carolina Inn to 1789 and Launch, another business incubator on West Rosemary Street. hlynch@newsobserver.com
Chapel Hill Mayor Mark Kleinschmidt, center, is welcomed to 1789, the UNC-CH business venture lab on West Franklin Street Friday by Jim Kitchen, right, founder of the UNC business venture lab. Kleinschmidt was host to a nationwide Mayors Innovation Project conference in Chapel Hill this week. On Friday, a number of mayors, city planners and staff from across the U.S. took a walking tour from the Carolina Inn to 1789 and Launch, another business incubator on West Rosemary Street. hlynch@newsobserver.com

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