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Interview about the future of Entrepreneurship in the United States

  
  
  
  
  
  
  

Kauffman FoundationJohn Tyler: The Outlook for Entrepreneurism in America

Watch this interesting interview with John Tyler, General Counsel and Chief Ethics Officer for the Kauffman Foundation.  The Kauffman Foundation is one of the largest and most effective centers supporting entrepreneurism in America.  Mr. Tyler addresses how we can enhance the entrepreneurial ecosystem in the United States in order to grow and develop our economy and create jobs.  How many new startups would we need per year to have an impact on our economy? And why does Mr. Tyler believe we need more start up companies to fail faster?  What can we do to make entrepreneurship easier for everybody?

Is America losing its edge compared to the growing entrepreneurial ecosystems of India and China?

What Kauffman Foundation programs are available to assist entrepreneurs in the United States?  What is Kauffman Foundation doing to assist minority and women entrepreneurs to grow their businesses and provide better access to capital?

Are business schools teaching entrepreneurship the way they ought to?

Watch now and let me know what you think! 

Interview with John Tyler

Comments

What a great organization. I had no idea that this even existed. I just enrolled in one of Thunderbird's distance MBA programs to help further my career. Knowing that there is a resource like this is great because I may even go out on my own someday or could want to invest in something. Would you say that a majority of entrepreneurs are Thunderbird alumni?
Posted @ Monday, March 14, 2011 1:10 PM by Katie
Hello Katie- thanks for the comment. As we are currently in the development stage of the organization, we are attracting entrepreneurs locally in the southwestern United States and from alumni throughout the US. In the future as we expand globally, we hope to promote the TAN more thoroughly throughout the alumni network to attract more global alumni entrepreneurs.
Posted @ Saturday, March 19, 2011 8:54 PM by Jacquelyn Hunter
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