Three esteemed entrepreneurial leaders have been named to complete the judging panels for the “Get in the Ring: The North American Startup Clash” pitch competition.
Public policy and its impact on entrepreneurs are among the topics that Foundation Policy Director Jason Wiens talks about on KMBZ's Entrepreneur KC podcast.
The Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City, as part of a consortium consisting of the Kauffman Foundation, the University of Kansas, the University of Kansas Medical Center, the University of Missouri and the University of Missouri-Kansas City, announces the establishment of a new research data center (RDC) that will provide researchers with access to high-quality data for analysis of the U.S. economy and public policy issues.
The next round brings together five semifinalists from Canada, five from Mexico and five from the United States to ultimately determine who will compete for the world title.
The Maker Movement has taken the pursuit of creative technologies from the realm of hobbyists and has made it more accessible – seeding innovative new industries in cities and communities around the U.S.
U.S. Secretary of Commerce Penny Pritzker recently announced the 27 new members of the National Advisory Council on Innovation and Entrepreneurship.
From an initial field of more than 250 applicants, five U.S. entrepreneurs have been named finalists for “Get in the Ring: The American Startup Clash,” hosted by the Kauffman Foundation.
The importance of new companies to economic and social progress.
A couple new studies explore the challenges facing women in the STEM fields and the venture capital industry.
Four founders share key tenets that are driving forces behind their successes on the latest installment of the Kauffman Foundation entrepreneurship interview series on Khan Academy.