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Entrepreneurship News Roundup: Week of 5/28/2010

Posted by: Thom Ruhe on May 28, 2010 Source: e360 Blog

Uncovered in the Kauffman’s Index of Entrepreneurial Activity report we saw that entrepreneurial growth was the highest among 35- to 44-year olds in 2009. Many of these small businesses were launched due to the loss of income opportunities.

Also this week the introduction of, “Who Owns the Icehouse?” rolled out. The Icehouse is a two-part online learning initiative designed to immerse students in the eight essential life-lessons of the entrepreneurial mindset described in the book. Do you have an entrepreneurial story that will help inspire future entrepreneurs? If so, please share your story with us.

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