entrepreneurshipTop of Mind

Commentary & Insights on Entrepreneurship The Top of Mind blog brings an array of editorial views to current events shaping the world of entrepreneurship. Engage, exchange, and expand your own view of the world!

RSS Feed Link

EMKF and Huffington Post

Thom Ruhe on January 18, 2011 Source: e360 Blog

The Huffington Post

The Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation launched a partnership with The Huffington Post's "Small Business America" entrepreneurship blog today by posting the first of what will be regular columns written by the Foundation's economic and entrepreneurship experts.

The inaugural column posted today, written by Kauffman Foundation President and CEO Carl J. Schramm, describes the importance of government providing broad and substantial support for new firm creation -- because most new jobs in America are created by businesses less than five years old. He also sets the stage for what will be twice-monthly Kauffman contributions to the entrepreneurship blog, featuring insights, research and news related to entrepreneurship written by the Foundation's leadership.

The entrepreneurship column is located here.

  • 1
comments powered by Disqus

Twitter Updates

  • RT @kauffmanFS Some of our experts have great blogs & resources @sgblank @DanielPink @bfeld @DemoCoaching @craigwortmann @AnitaBNewton
  • Great to see our KC native @NaithanJones and @AgLocal founder in this month's @FastCompany http://t.co/i4piAx1oN4 http://t.co/ciI3IpJ8tZ
  • Sometimes, you just have to use the process of elimination to figure out your best business model http://t.co/VYDs0OsOzs
  • What do #genflux leaders have in common? They found their mission. Here's how: http://t.co/qGmLgiyO3i via @FastCompany
  • Why entrepreneurs should get out of Silicon Valley http://t.co/NT0EmlbBEG via @eMedCommunity

Email Newsletters

Want to be up-to-date with the latest news and updates from Entrepreneurship.org? To subscribe, just give us your email address below; you'll choose which e-newsletters you'd like to receive on the next screen.