New ventures are more likely to fail than they are to succeed. What do we know about startup survival, failure and growth that can turn the odds in favor of the entrepreneur?
11/19/13 Gary Schoeniger, founder and CEO of the Entrepreneurial Learning Initiative (ELI), outlines some of the misconceptions and myths about the entrepreneurial process that have limited the efficacy, scale and scope of programs designed to teach entrepreneurship.
This multimedia channel on Entrepreneurship.org explores cities' entrepreneurial ecosystems to provide insights on what grows in them and why.
A video channel providing the latest in entrepreneurial news and discussions that impact the world of startups.
iBridge is a global, centralized resource for unbiased information about early-stage technologies and inventions.
A nationally-acclaimed Midwest entrepreneurial “immersion” program and powerful network for innovative, high-growth entrepreneurs.
08/27/13 How to Raise $1 Million in 30 Days or Less — Slava Rubin, cofounder of international crowdfunding platform Indiegogo, shares best practices for startup funding and answers questions about his own entrepreneurial journey, how to create an effective campaign, and more.
08/27/13 The basics of crowdfunding is told from the perspectives of Jase Wilson, founder and CEO of civic crowdfunding platform Neighbor.ly, who shares fundraising guidance; Jason Ried and Claude Aldridge, cofounders of Trellie, who tell their experience using Kickstarter to launch their business; and Nate Allen, founder and CEO of data-visualization firm 4 First Names, who presents data that he scraped from Kickstarter and what it means for companies considering crowdfunding.
08/19/13 Neil Grimmer, who has led Plum Organics to become one of the fastest-growing U.S. food brands for babies, toddlers and kids, shares his insights on product development in "Passion Incorporated," the newest installment of the Kauffman Sketchbook video series released today by the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation.
08/14/13 High-tech startups are a key driver of job creation throughout the United States, according to research released today by technology policy coalition Engine and the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation. Though they start lean, new high-tech companies grow rapidly in the early years, adding thousands of jobs along the way.
07/31/13 New business formation in 2011 rose for the first time since 2006, the largest percentage increase in nearly a decade, according to the U.S. Census Bureau's latest Business Dynamics Statistics report.
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