Join Kauffman Founders School and the U.S. Small Business Administration as we discuss why every entrepreneur needs a mentor.
Kauffman Foundation Director of Research and Policy E.J. Reedy addresses members of the U.S. House of Representatives regarding the role of entrepreneurship in creating economic opportunities for Americans.
The Kauffman Foundation addresses the House of Representatives to discuss several areas of federal policy that can strengthen the entrepreneurial environment.
Since 2010, when President Barack Obama presided over the first Global Entrepreneurship Summit (GES) in Washington, D.C., it has expanded to a global event, subsequently hosted by the governments of Muslim majority nations, Turkey, the United Arab Emirates, Malaysia and Morocco. This past weekend, the focus shifted to Africa as the U.S. president travelled to Nairobi where he joined Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta on stage for GES 2015.
As the research -- and buzz -- accumulates over the power of startup ecosystems, government officials at all levels are increasingly looking for ways to spur their growth. A new policy brief from the OECD outlines how policymakers can help fuel the growth of networks to help entrepreneurs -- particularly those among under-represented groups such as women and youth -- start and scale new firms.
With August recess looming, members of the Federal Communications Commission make a couple of appearances on Capitol Hilll this week.
Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation Director of Research and Policy E.J. Reedy will address members of the U.S. House of Representatives regarding the role of entrepreneurship in creating economic opportunities for Americans.
Kauffman researcher Chris Jackson connects the dots that show how occupational licensing is a barrier that hinders economic mobility.
Co-sponsored by the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA), the one-hour chat will discuss the importance of mentors for Millennial entrepreneurs.
Kauffman researcher Emily Fetsch shares the first of a four part series on Native American entrepreneurship.
See how the Ewing Marion Kauffman School, a college prep school in Kansas City, is achieving its mission of creating college graduates.
Aaron North, vice president of Education, suggests that the best teachers share a fundamental belief that all students can learn and meet high expectations.
Presentation and pitch coach Nathan Gold offers techniques entrepreneurs can use to turn Q&A sessions into opportunities.
Firms that don't survive in perpetuity are not necessarily failures. There are many reasons entrepreneurs may exit their venture.
Tax incentives—often used to attract or retain existing businesses—aren’t always the best way to stimulate economic growth.