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An OECD report, sponsored by the Kauffman Foundation, indicates the new and young firms have been the primary source of jobs in the U.S. for the past three decades.
In preparation for Global Entrepreneurship Week, BSA supporters are encouraged to participate in a number of different ways.
In our inaugural issue, read about Bill Wydra, small business owner.
BSA was at the Inc 500/5000 conference in September 2009 and spoke to entrepreneurs like you. View their video stories.
Fortune Small Business and the Kauffman Foundation release the 2009 "50 Best Places to Launch A Business" report.
It's been a year since we launched "Build A Stronger America, The Entrepreneur's Movement," and we want to thank you for your dedication and involvement. As the next phase in this effort, we are transitioning the Movement to its new home within the Kauffman Foundation's website for entrepreneurs, Entrepreneurship.org. The transition will officially occur on Monday, October 11, 2010.
The Kauffman Foundation joins Google, Autodesk and ePlanet Ventures as a supporter of Singularity University (SU), the academic institution with the goal of preparing the next generation of leaders to address "humanity's grand challenges." The partnership between Kauffman and Singularity will leverage the university's programs and Kauffman Foundation research and initiatives to support entrepreneurship and innovation focused on the "grand challenges," such as sustainable water, energy and poverty.
What does it mean to be wrong? According to Kathryn Schulz, author of "The Wrong Stuff: Adventures in the Margin of Error," we are all wrong. In a recent Infectious Talk podcast from the Kauffman Foundation, Schulz explains to host Paul Kedrosky how trouble arises when business and political leaders don't admit to mistakes.
In an effort to boost the number of women starting high-growth businesses, the Kauffman Foundation announced a commitment of $500,000 to Astia, a premier business accelerator that works with women-led startups.
It's been a year since we launched “Build A Stronger America, The Entrepreneur's Movement,” and we want to thank you for your dedication and involvement. As the next phase in this effort, we are transitioning the Movement to its new home within the Kauffman Foundation's website for entrepreneurs, Entrepreneurship.org.
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