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In Room T209 at Philadelphia University's Tuttleman Center several weeks back, the focus of attention was a tiny face on a laptop screen.

But rather than giving help, as former Philadelphia restaurateur Judy Wicks - an internationally recognized leader of the local-living-economies movement - typically does, she was making this personal appearance via Skype to get some.

Also looking for guidance - regarding the book her boss wants to promote better, as well as her own Burning Sphere glass-bead jewelry line - was Wicks' assistant, Sara Schuenemann.

Five others have gone before them to professor Tom Baselice's marketing class, including the owner of a South Jersey recycling company, and representatives of a Montgomery County swim club and a Main Line chai tea manufacturer.
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