Entrepreneurship Focus Areas Communities Creating supportive communities for entrepreneurs to make an idea a reality by empowering entrepreneurs everywhere as agents of progress. The strategy, including convenings such as the ESHIP Summit and the Mayors Conference on Entrepreneurship, will build a new model of economic development by pioneering the principles, culture, tools, and metrics of successful entrepreneurial communities. Learn more Learning Creating a learning community of entrepreneurs, providing people with ideas the connections, tools, and support needed to be successful, like launching a revamped Kauffman FastTrac and expanding 1 Million Cups to more markets and demographics. Learn more Market Gaps Working together with communities and partners to level the playing field for entrepreneurs that have been systemically left behind due to demographic, socio-economic, and geographic barriers through existing entrepreneur support grant programs for women and minority entrepreneurs, and issuing a new RFP that expands its reach to organizations that support diverse entrepreneurs.
Consortium for Entrepreneurship Education The Consortium for Entrepreneurship Education champions entrepreneurship education and provides advocacy, leadership, networking, technical assistance, and resources nationally across all levels and disciplines of education, promoting quality practices and programs.
The site provides materials and resources for teachers, instructors, program developers and others who help students of all ages find their own entrepreneurial opportunities.
Excellent and very rich site which you should not hesitate to explore in depth. Do not miss their Career Resource Center and the report: Kauffman Foundation The Kauffman Foundation is the largest American foundation to focus on entrepreneurship and has more than fifteen years of experience in the field.
The site is divided in four sections: Knowledge Web on SMEs and Entrepreneurship This website has been developed by EIM, an independent research and consultancy organisation based in the Netherlands which carries out a long term research program on small and medium-sized enterprises SMEs and entrepreneurship, financed by the Dutch Ministry of Economic Affairs.
Extremely rich and interesting site which includes more than reports in English. It is charged with disseminating best practices on the design, implementation and evaluation of initiatives to promote entrepreneurship, SME growth and local economic and employment development.
Excellent site with a very rich documentation section. In addition to going directly to the topic of your choice, or exploring the site on a geographical basis, you can also click on the What's New image on the left. This will lead you to a list of the recently added sites.
Do not forget to send us your suggestions.1 ISSUES AND CHALLENGES FACED BY WOMEN ENTREPRENEURS AND THEIR TRAINING NEEDS Sweta Saurabh1 creative activity. Entrepreneur is key factor of entrepreneurship. Vision is the energy that provides an entrepreneur and its organization with the ability to perform and succeed.
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Seven women shared the biggest challenges they and their fellow female business owners have to face in the modern world, and give advice on how to best overcome them.
Utilizing connections "One of the biggest challenges for a female entrepreneur is not understanding how important it is to have networks and trusted advisors.
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