GEW USA Startup Cities
Our mission is to help produce more successful entrepreneurs by increasing the number of healthy startup communities and connecting entrepreneurs to better support services. GEW USA helps Startup Cities:
- Inspire more Americans to consider becoming entrepreneurs & create new jobs
- Open doors for more startups by connecting them with new audiences and institutions in their communities
- Foster a stronger culture of performance assessment
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Entrepreneurship News from our Startup Cities
Thinking About Starting a Business in College? Andrew Yang, Founder and CEO of Venture for America shares his thoughts on how to get your business up and running even while in College.
National Entrepreneurs’ Day (NED) is an effort to create a national public observance day to celebrate entrepreneurs in all their forms, and the important role they have played and will continue to play in building America.
Global Entrepreneurship Week is only two weeks away, and semifinalists for the first One in a Million competition will spend two days during the celebration pitching their ideas in hopes of winning a $10,000 cash prize.
An N.C. State University grad is trying to change up the Raleigh food scene, starting a pay-what-you-can community café near her alma mater.
Dubbed “A Place at the Table,” the restaurant nonprofit isn’t a new concept, but one Maggie Kane is determined will work here. Read More.