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ESHIP Summit
Exploring pathways to build inclusive, sustainable, entrepreneur-centric local economies The 2020 ESHIP Summit is for those who believe in inclusivity and equality, and those who know that entrepreneurship and innovation come from diverse people and places. Learn more about what you can expect as an attendee > Registration is $95/person through August 31. On September […]
Fewer Businesses Have Become Employers | Trends in Entrepreneurship, No. 11
From 2005 to 2019, new business applications have increased while new employer businesses have decreased. Find out how this discrepancy between intent to hire and actualization has played out over recent years.
Ebony Walker
Ebony Walker provides executive support to the vice president of Public Affairs and the vice president of Kansas City Civic for the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation. Prior to joining the Kauffman Foundation, Walker was a senior business development coordinator for Dentons US LLP, where she supported the real estate practice group. Earlier, Walker was director […]
Student Loans and Entrepreneurship: An Overview | Entrepreneurship Issue Brief, No. 5
The relationship between student loan debt and entrepreneurship sits at the intersection of many questions related to labor markets, higher education, business dynamism, innovation, and capital markets. This brief considers these intersections.
Great Schools visit
Kauffman Education Fellows are local leaders with the knowledge, skills, and commitment to improve education. Started in 2018, our fellowship was developed by our pilot cohort, to learn from local citizens what content and opportunities would provide the community building and skill development necessary to advocate and engage in supporting and improving education. Our second […]