Request for Proposals to be issued during Global Entrepreneurship Week to support local venture accelerators
This report examines trends in entrepreneurial capital formation and considers their implications for entrepreneurs.
This briefing explores startup financing trends and how access and cost of capital impact profitability.
In tackling America’s startup problem, mayors should emulate entrepreneurs themselves: be bold, move quickly and embrace new ideas.
The Kauffman Foundation gave feedback today on the U.S. Department of Homeland Security’s proposed International Entrepreneur Rule. The rule would allow certain immigrant entrepreneurs to remain in the United States for the purpose of operating and growing their startup.
Connectivity, specifically, is never more evident than in hip-hop’s entrepreneurial ecosystem.
High-growth firms are a rare phenomenon in entrepreneurship that have a big impact on the economy. This Entrepreneurship Policy Digest offers insights on how to create fertile ground for growth.
Exploring how the percentage of immigrant entrepreneurs varies across states and metropolitan areas.
This fact sheet lists a range or research, articles and blog posts addressing immigration and entrepreneurship.
Greater acceptance of immigrant entrepreneurs can boost falling rates of firm formation, create jobs for Americans and spur economic growth.
As any Welcoming City knows, immigrant entrepreneurs play a particularly critical role in the economic vitality of our communities, though they may not receive the recognition they deserve.
Under-capitalized small businesses cannot unlock economies of scale, which puts them at a further financial disadvantage.
Following a one-year pilot program in two Kansas City schools, City Year Kansas City officially kicked off in five schools in September 2016, making it City Year’s 27th site. The Kauffman Foundation partnered with a coalition of local community supporters to help bring the program to Kansas City.
While the gender gap persists, the average revenue of female-owned firms is on the rise.
Enabling more women to become entrepreneurs and to open small businesses is one way we can help women succeed economically, helping their families and their communities.
Inequality has taken prominence as a pressing political issue, both in the United States and around the world. What role does entrepreneurship play in removing barriers to our collective economic security? Where does entrepreneurship break down the forces of inequality, where does it exacerbate them, and how can policy shape it into a more powerful force for economic independence?
This guest post is the first in a series by Kauffman Foundation grantees and other partners sharing insights on entrepreneurship diversity and inclusion.
Two takeaways from the Creative Corridor