Join Kauffman Founders School and the U.S. Small Business Administration to discuss tools, resources, and opportunities available to budding entrepreneurs.
In this post on Governing.com, Kauffman Foundation researchers explain how city leaders can see past cultural buzz to get an accurate measure of their entrepreneurial ecosystems.
Kauffman researcher Colin Tomkins-Bergh explores what's brewing in 1 Million Cups Des Moines, Iowa.
Kauffman researcher Jordan Bell-Masterson explores how invention is getting more complex, and therefore more costly, over time.
Kauffman researcher Alex Krause reviews the TI:GER program out of Georgia Tech. The TI:GER program seeks to help educate scholars in higher education on the commercialization of university research.
The Kauffman Foundation is pleased to announce a special conference to bring together researchers using the Kauffman Firm Survey (KFS) and highlight new KFS research.
It is a fairly common refrain that "entrepreneurship is messy." Last week's Global Entrepreneurship Congress reminded us of this -- from entrepreneurs sharing stories of repeated failures before pivoting toward success to policymakers searching for an elusive roadmap to strengthen their entrepreneurial ecosystems.
This week, members of Congress get an up-close look at the Internet of Things with a showcase and committee hearing that examine the benefits of connected devices while exploring security and privacy issues as the global market doubles in the next five years.
See how occupational licensing shackles labor mobility, and what tools policymakers have available to undo these negative effects.
Representatives of Kansas City’s youth-focused nonprofits attended the inaugural Royals Ticket Giveaway event in which the Kauffman Foundation distributed approximately 4,000 baseball tickets for the upcoming season.
Amy Wilkinson, author of "The Creator's Code," describes key characteristics of today’s leading entrepreneurs.
Amy Wilkinson, author of "The Creator’s Code," shares skills that the creators of game-changing companies such as Chipotle, Dropbox and eBay have used to build their enterprises.
Kauffman researcher Josh Russell explores the effects of decreased state funding and increased competition on college tuition.
Kauffman researcher Arnobio Morelix presents research findings about fastest growing companies in the U.S. at SXSW
Kauffman’s “Brighter Futures” initiative helps local organizations and schools attract outcomes-driven educators