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Three Georgia Universities Welcome 75 Young African Leaders Focused on Civic Engagement, Entrepreneurship

Georgia is the only state around the country hosting participants in all three of the Young African Leaders Initiative’s professional development tracks: public and civic leadership, as well as entrepreneurship.  The U.S. State Department program, launched under the Obama administration in 2010, welcomes top entrepreneurs, activists, and business owners from throughout the continent for a …

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Student Entrepreneurs: Getting to the Root of the Problem!

Grassroots programs, such as The Club des Entrepreneurs at EHL, can help student entrepreneurs to develop business ideas into potential startups. By Nicole Rosenkranz, Assistant Professor of Strategy and Entrepreneurship at EHL Entrepreneurship is en vogue! Not a day passes by without reading or hearing about how entrepreneurship supports most European countries’ …

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Incubating Innovation

It’s a smart space for start-ups. Yeshiva University (YU) has opened a new technology lab, furthering a key partnership between New York and the State of Israel. Located on YU’s Washington Heights campus, the YU Innovation Lab will provide a hands-on entrepreneurial space to help Israeli-based start-ups expand their U.S. …

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Grant to University of Alabama establishes Alabama Power Innovation Fund

The University of Alabama has been awarded a grant from the Alabama Power Foundation to support business innovation, entrepreneurship, small business growth and talent retention in the state. The gift, which will establish the Alabama Power Endowed Innovation and Talent Retention Fund, will develop and sustain resources dedicated to business innovation and entrepreneurship, creating …

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