Senior Fellow Jonathan Ortmans testified before the U.S. House Committee on Small Business in Washington, D.C., today, regarding the changing rate of business creation in America.
Kauffman Foundation study examines connections and relationships that help communities maximize job-creating potential of young and growing companies
This Kauffman Foundation-funded book features a collection of more than 500 candid first-hand interviews and essays from women in technology.
InvestorIQ.org tests and builds startup investing knowledge for prospective investors and entrepreneurs through lessons culled by the Angel Capital Association, Angel Resource Institute and Kauffman Foundation
The entrepreneurial companies selected to proceed to the next round of “Get in the Ring: The American Startup Clash” hail from all corners of the nation and represent industries ranging from life science and education to food production and pet care.
Kauffman FastTrac® is offering a complimentary 10-week entrepreneurship course for U.S. military veterans.
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.
Wendy Torrance, director of Entrepreneurship at the Foundation, says that for most entrepreneurs, building and sustaining a business involves constant learning.
Entrepreneurs present their companies to an audience of mentors, advisers, and fellow entrepreneurs in cities around the country.
Stay updated on entrepreneurship policy issues by subscribing to the Kauffman Foundation's Entrepreneurship Policy Digests, which examine research and findings on policy issues.
Kauffman's Dane Stangler and Jordan Bell-Masterson encourage deeper examination of entrepreneurship activity and trends to understand what’s behind recent data.
Two knock-out panels of international entrepreneurs and business leaders are taking shape to judge the final rounds of “Get in the Ring: The North American Startup Clash.”
Dane Stangler, Kauffman Foundation vice president of Research & Policy, explores the benefits and downfalls of non-compete laws on entrepreneurial activity.
Learn more about the recipients of the Kauffman Junior Faculty Fellowship in Entrepreneurship Research (KJFF).
In the spirit of ideas worth spreading, TEDx is a program of local, selforganized events that bring people together to share a TED-like experience.
The Roosevelt Institute's Next American Economy project identifies the trends and challenges that will shape our economy in the next twenty-five years to better inform the policy decisions we must make today.