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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.
Why are there fewer public companies than in the past?
Deloitte brought the Bay Area’s most innovative nonprofit leaders, startup CEOs, and corporate professionals together through the salon dinner, Social Impact Practice.
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.
Winners of the Wireless Innovation Project were announced at the Social Innovation Summit. What makes these projects better than the rest?
The Innovation That Matters project with 1776 continued in Los Angeles and Seattle.
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation and Asia Society Policy Institute host “Womenomics in Asia,” an invitation only private sector dialogue focused on the business and economic challenges that inhibit women’s economic participation and increased workforce gender parity in Asian countries, and private sector innovations and solutions to those challenges.
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.