Places that attract and support innovative entrepreneurs are building vibrant startup ecosystems that can spur the economic growth, create jobs, and build healthy communities.
05/15/14 In-depth coverage of the region’s startup scene adds to the Kauffman Foundation’s digital portfolio of profiled entrepreneurial ecosystems across America
04/16/14 This report analyzes behavioral patterns of entrepreneurs who participate in 1 Million Cups (1MC) Kansas City, a Kauffman Labs for Enterprise Creation program designed to engage, educate, and connect entrepreneurs.
04/16/14 New report offers lessons for any city trying to build a strong entrepreneurship community.
04/09/14 As the nation's employment rate continued to improve, America's overall business creation rate declined slightly from 0.30 percent of American adults per month starting businesses in 2012 to 0.28 percent in 2013.
03/12/14 Reporting from San Diego, Columbia, Mo., Orlando, and Kansas City, this piece notes the rapid growth of the 1 Million Cups program.
02/03/14 How much do local research universities impact the high-tech startup activity in a metro area?
01/29/14 StartupScholars is a new summer internship program that will pair Kauffman Scholars with early stage entrepreneurs in Kansas City. Through StartupScholars, student interns will have the opportunity to develop 21st-century workplace skills, cultivate an entrepreneurial mindset, and contribute to the Kansas City community.
01/29/14 1 Million Cups is now serving up entrepreneurial education and facilitating collaboration among entrepreneurs in Fargo, N.D., Fort Collins, Colo., and Provo, Utah.
01/23/14 1 Million Cups (1MC) is a simple way to engage entrepreneurs in communities around the world. Each week, the 1MC program offers two local entrepreneurs an opportunity to present their startups to a diverse audience of mentors, advisors, and entrepreneurs.
01/23/14 'ID8 Nation' explores why North Carolina's Research Triangle is striving to become one of the top five entrepreneurial hotspots in the country.
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