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Lessons from Israel
Israel is one of the most innovative nations on earth. Israelis
(approximately 7.6 million in number) are well-educated, have a global
outlook, ties around the world, and most importantly, a positive view of
entrepreneurship. Most Israeli entrepreneurs understand ways of moving
innovations into the marketplace and how to establish themselves as
global companies from the get go. It is only natural that there is so
much interest around the world in Israel’s entrepreneurship path.
Young Firms Struggling in a Post-Recession EconomyThe
latest Kauffman Firm Survey is out and paints a gloomy picture of 2009
as it related to new firms – tighter restrictions on capital, slow
sales, and increasing problems with customer payments. [More]
Economic Growth Hinges on 'Frontier Economics'Was the era of free markets brought down by the global financial crisis that rocked economic stability in 2008 and beyond? No. [More]
Every Day is Earth Day for Small BusinessLast year in April, we re-published a blog post from Tom Sullivan about how small business treat every day as Earth Day. [More]
This Week in Entrepreneurship PolicyTwo
quiet weeks lie ahead on Capitol Hill as members of Congress are mostly
back in their states / districts for Spring Recess from April 18 – 29. [More]
A Look Back at Innovation DailyEach
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 from last week. [More]
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