The Innovation That Matters project with 1776 continued in Los Angeles and Seattle.
Graduates of the Young Entrepreneurs Academy (YEA!) have been busy in recent months growing their businesses, striking key partnerships, and even preparing for high-profile television appearances.
As Hiring Our Heroes rolls through 2016, already preparing to close out a very active February, our “Year of the Military Spouse” efforts are in full swing around the country and internationally as well.
On Nov. 18, Amway released its 2015 Global Entrepreneurship Report, which offers a glimpse at the attitudes regarding self-employment around the world.
If you want to find a state that embraces innovation and high-tech job growth, North Carolina is a great place to start.
We’re producing more data than ever before, and the world of health care may be the source of the largest data explosion.Access to data has the potential to allow for major advancements in the treatment and prevention of disease, and there is a clamor in the private sector for more access to gove
To find the most entrepreneurial regions in America, look to the country's coasts and mountains.
Sixteen-year-old Riley Benner of Rochester, New York, employs refugees to hand sew his high-end silk, reversible ties for his business, Phoenix Haberdashery. Fifteen-year-old CEO of Gladiator Lacrosse, Rachel Zietz of Boca Raton, Florida, is on track to make her first million this year.
Who are your leaders? As we toured cities for Innovation That Matters, 1776's study of civic entrepreneurship, we found that how this question told us a lot about the future of a city’s startup ecosystem.