The U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation recognized the work of outstanding entrepreneurs from around the globe, as it hosted the 2016 World StartUp Cup in Washington D.C. on August 4 and 5.
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A 14-year-old Tacoma, Wash. native proved that hard work and dedication does pay off, earning various prizes including $30,000 in college scholarships after presenting his business plan for a company that makes durable grips for lacrosse sticks.
Ten of the country's brighest young entrepreneurs will be in Washington next week to compete for scholarships and prizes at America's Small Business Summit.
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.
The biggest names in aviation and space returned to Washington, D.C. on March 22 for the 15th Annual Aviation Summit. As in past years, it was full day of insightful discussions and speeches touching on a plethora of topics.
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation was busy in 2015.
That's why we're proud to reveal a new video outlining our work last year, which focused on how businesses can do well, do good, and prepare for the future.
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