Kauffman eVenturing is guide for entrepreneurs on the path to high growth. The site provides original articles, written by entrepreneurs for entrepreneurs, and aggregates “the best of the best” content on the Web related to starting and running high-impact companies.
The Roundtable on Entrepreneurship Education (REE) is designed to stimulate communication and collaboration between business, science, and engineering faculty who teach high-technology entrepreneurship in universities around the world.
The Directorate-General for Enterprise and Industry of the European Commission and the United States Department of Commerce have published the final report of their working group on venture capital, advised by industry representatives and academia. The report presents the state of venture capital investing and makes recommendations about global policy learning.
Startup School is designed to teach entrepreneurs what they really need to know to make their great idea a great company. More than 500 startup-minded people from all over the world came together to hear successful entrepreneurs, venture capitalists, tech accountants, and tech lawyers tell them how to do it, and better yet, how not to do it.
More and more universities are realizing that the skills needed to launch a company can be useful even to students who aren’t business majors, according to a recent report published to Business Week magazine.
Great ideas abound at MIT, and the Deshpande Center strives to make them a reality. By funding novel early-stage research, and connecting MIT’s innovators with venture capitalists and entrepreneurial companies, the Center helps emerging technologies to emerge.
Hot Shot Business blends fast-paced, fun game play with real-world lessons to teach kids entrepreneurship concepts and skills as they build a virtual business from the ground up.