Wendy Torrance, Kauffman Foundation director of Entrepreneurship, reveals the one, crucial question entrepreneurs need to ask their mentors.
Techweek KC’s 2015 lineup of speakers got even stronger this week, as the tech festival added Jim McKelvey, co-founder of the Square mobile payment app, to an already star-studded lineup of speakers.
Join Kauffman Founders School and the U.S. Small Business Administration on Twitter as we discuss how Millennial entrepreneurs can find — and harness the power of — their startup communities within their own respective cities.
Kauffman research analyst Chris Jackson summarizes some excellent pieces on the different kinds of acqui-hires, the Google to Alphabet bet, and the White House's focus on the effects of occupational licensing
Do you think most of the fast-growing companies in the United States are venture-backed tech companies based in Silicon Valley? A look at a potential SXSW presentation on 4 myths of high-growth companies by the Kauffman Foundation.
In another sign that governments are becoming more savvy when it comes to the economic potential of high-growth startups, the U.S. Small Business Administration recently announced $4.4 million in support for accelerators in 39 states (plus Washington D.C. and Puerto Rico).
According to the 2015 Kauffman Index, Montana ranks as the state with the highest level of startup activity—the third straight year it has topped the rankings. However, how sustainable is its recent entrepreneurial success?
Co-sponsored by the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA), the one-hour chat will discuss how millennials can locate existing groups of like-minded entrepreneurs.
How do "Unicorns" - Companies valued at over $1B get started? A look at a SXSW session the Kauffman Foundation hopes to lead.
Kauffman researcher Emily Fetsch highlights the financing challenge among many Native American entrepreneurs in the third part of her four part series.
This year, the Ewing Marion Kauffman School welcomes its first high school students.
Find out more about the recipients of the Kauffman Junior Faculty Fellowship in Entrepreneurship Research (KJFF).
Just in time for the release of state test scores in Missouri, EdWise has launched two new tools aimed at helping educators, policymakers, researchers and non-profits easily access and analyze education data.
The results are in, and Ewing Marion Kauffman School students have achieved outstanding results on the 2015 Missouri Assessment Program (MAP) state test.
By aligning agendas and promoting shared methodologies, the Global Entrepreneurship Research Network (GERN) is encouraging rigorous, relevant research aimed at improving outcomes from entrepreneurship policy and programs.