Global

Show and Tel (Aviv): A Startup Nation

11/17/16
Israel is known, for good reason, as Startup Nation.
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Istanbul Explores its Entrepreneurial Future at Global Entrepreneurship Week

11/15/16
Some of the first real human settlements, such as Çatalhöyük, were also some of the first places where dedicated commercial exchange took place.
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Global Leadership for Entrepreneurship

06/27/16
While the notion that you must be in Silicon Valley to be a successful startup is thankfully less common these days, all eyes were on the region last week, and for a very good reason. U.S. President Barack Obama gathered more than 1000 international entrepreneurs and investors at Stanford University for a landmark summit that included some of the biggest founder brands in the space.
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NYC Tops for Women Entrepreneurs

06/27/16
During the Global Entrepreneurship Summit at Stanford University last week, Dell announced findings of its 2016 Women Entrepreneur Cities Index (WE Cities) of 25 global cities fostering high potential women entrepreneurs. New York City ranks No. 1 overall among the 25 cities for its ability to attract and support women entrepreneurs with top marks in several categories, including Policy Enabling Market Access.
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University Research Brings the Local Closer to the Global

04/25/16
Universities traditionally measure their impact on entrepreneurship locally. At last month’s Global Entrepreneurship Congress (GEC), Bill Aulet from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) reminded us that in a world where national boundaries are porous to both innovation and knowledge creation, assessing our impact globally can be a strong driver of collective performance improvement.
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Four Indicators for a Vibrant Entrepreneurship Ecosystem – Thoughts on the Global Entrepreneurship Congress

04/14/16
Arnobio Morelix, Kauffman researcher, shares thoughts on the Global Entrepreneurship Congress in Colombia
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GEC Provides Continued Home for Research and Policy in Ecosystem Development

03/21/16
Research and policy continue to play an increasing role as nearly every country around the world searches for the right formulas to stimulate new firm formation and entrepreneurial growth. That much was evident throughout the eighth edition of the Global Entrepreneurship Congress, with roughly 4,000 delegates from 158 countries gathering last week in Medellin, Colombia – and it was solidified when Maria Contreras-Sweet, administrator of the U.S. Small Business Administration, joined me in signing an agreement that aligns the SME Ministerial with the Global Entrepreneurship Congress, next occurring in Johannesburg, South Africa.
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Women Entrepreneurs Have What it Takes to Grow Post-Conflict Economies

02/05/16
Can strengthening entrepreneurship in post-conflict countries help prevent future violence? And, how are women in post-conflict countries specifically equipped to benefit from entrepreneurship?
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The Myth of the American Entrepreneurial Culture

01/25/16
Kauffman Research & Policy Director Yas Motoyama examines whether the United States is unique in its supportive entrepreneurship culture.
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MIT Report Illustrates Impact on Global Entrepreneurship

01/04/16
Just how much impact can one university have on the global economy. Apparently, quite a bit. A new December 2015 study from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology reports that MIT's alumni entrepreneurs generate annual revenues of roughly $1.9 trillion.

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