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Female entrepreneurs in the United States benefit from more than just their own personal strengths and aspirations—they also benefit from an environment that is more open to women-led startups than any other country in the world. A new index released last month in Turkey at the Dell Women’s Entrepreneur Network conference compared 17 countries across 30 indicators that foster high-potential entrepreneurship. For those hoping for a silver bullet issue to focus policy efforts, there isn’t one.
Check out this week's 6 to follow in entrepreneurship.
Yesterday, entrepreneurship was given a spotlight panel at the United Nations General Assembly. This was a great sign of the growing belief that entrepreneurship provides a path to economic growth and a decrease in poverty levels around the world. Our VP of Entrepreneurship, Thom Ruhe, was asked to speak on a panel to discuss entrepreneurship education - an exciting opportunity for the Foundation to continue our mission of advancing entrepreneurship on a global scale.
Building Your Team, a Kauffman Foundation white paper, offers insights and tips on co-founders and first hires.
Access is especially tough for digital health entrepreneurs who are developing solutions for patients, physicians, and hospital networks.
HealthLoop lets doctors send patients automated follow-up emails with questions ranging from the general to the specific. In an interview, the company's founder shared tips for aspiring "doctorpreneurs."
The room was busy, but certainly not crowded. There were enough gaps in between the groups of people that I knew if I stood there in the doorway much longer, people would surely realize I had no one to talk to, that I didn’t know anyone. That fear set in. The paralyzing gut-clench signifying I was in the self-conscious beginnings of an embarrassing moment.
Each day, Innovation Daily checks the pulse of global innovation--courtesy of Innovation America. Here, we take a look at a handful of relevant stories it compiled last week.
It is going to be a busy week in Washington, especially on the House side. The House Judiciary Committee has two days devoted to markup of a couple pieces of legislation – H.R. 1772 (the Legal Workforce Act) and H.R. 2131 (the Supplying Knowledge-based Immigrants and Lifting Levels of STEM Visas Act) – that focus on tighter employment verification and expanding H1-B visas. Of particular interest to those in the startup space might be the House Small Business Committee hearing on how mobile medical app entrepreneurs are changing the future of health care. Meanwhile, the Joint Economic Committee examines “smarter regulations.” Other topics include: impact of Obamacare on U.S. businesses, energy jobs, wireless technology and the history of minimum wage.
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