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Emory University to Invest in Underrepresented Startup Founders Through Student Venture...

Emory University’s (EU) Goizueta Business School recently announced the creation of the Peachtree Minority Venture Fund, a student-run venture capital fund that aims to...

New University of Denver Partnership Offers Entrepreneurial Opportunities to Immigrant Students

A new joint partnership between the University of Denver’s (DU) University College and the World Trade Center (WTC) Denver is helping immigrant students obtain...

The Military Divide

Business Programs Help Veterans Bridge Gap from Service Member to Civilian Entrepreneur  When veterans come up in public or private conversations, one of two narratives...

NMSDC Launches Program to Help Minority Millennials Become Successful Entrepreneurs

The National Minority Supplier Development Council (NMSDC) recently announced the launch of a new initiative to assist the millennial generation of minority entrepreneurs. Sponsored...

Harvard Business Professor Leads Effort to Highlight Successes of African American...

This spring, students in Harvard Business School are learning about the successes of African American business owners through a new course focused exclusively on...

NAWBO: Supporting Women Entrepreneurs Since 1975

Forty years ago, a dozen women gathered in Washington, D.C., to provide support to one another regarding their small businesses. As described by the...

Building, Growing, and Innovating

Dartmouth’s Tuck School of Business Fills a Need for Minority Entrepreneurs The number of U.S. adults starting their own business rose in 2016, with 550,000...

Immigrant Entrepreneurs Are Vital Components of Main Street and U.S. Economy

Some of our country’s most quintessentially American companies — Google, eBay, Procter & Gamble — were founded or co-founded by immigrant entrepreneurs. All told,...