• Ep 53 Immigrant Entrepreneurship

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    This week on Top of Mind, Diana Kander sits down with entrepreneur Benny Lee, CEO of DuraComm, to discuss what it was like being an immigrant entrepreneur in the United States.

  • Ep 52 Enactus US Championship Team

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    Prentiss Earl, entrepreneur in residence at Kauffman, sits down with members of the Enactus National Championship team to discuss their winning project, and continuing on to compete in China for the Enactus World Cup.

  • Ep 51 Missouri Star Quilt Company Part 2

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    This week on Top of Mind, we travel to Hamilton, Mo. for the second half of our two-part series to see how one of Missouri Star Quilt Company's co-founders used his tech background to put this startup ahead of its competition.

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Top of Mind Blog: 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!

  • Is There Such a Thing as Too Much Capital?

    10/24/2014

    Just like in everyday life, money doesn't solve all your problems when you're an entrepreneur. Sure, not having enough can make it hard. It can even make it seem impossible to get your business started and keep it growing, especially if your company is in a capital intensive market such as health...

  • Work and Life: Is it a Balance or an Integration?

    10/15/2014

    "The Monday-through-Friday, nine-to-five is a pipe dream." That's how writer Stephanie Walden introduces her piece, "The 'Work-Life Balance' Misnomer: Is Work-Life 'Integration' the New Norm?" featured on Mashable last week. I think she's spot on.

  • Who Will Save the Economy? Scale-Ups or Startups

    10/8/2014

    Last week, the Washington Post article, "More businesses are closing than starting. Can Congress help turn that around?" grabbed my attention. My response was whether or not all the startup support power laid in the hands of our nation's policy makers.

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