Find Out The Dos and Don’ts of Local Entrepreneurship Promotion in the September 2015 Entrepreneurship Policy Digest.


Small businesses and large companies are vital economic players. But the principal sources of innovation and job creation are new, young, and growing companies. Entrepreneurs and the companies they start are responsible for nearly all of the net new job creation in the U.S. economy. Research suggests that policymakers seeking to promote entrepreneurship in their city or state turn from past strategies and embrace a new approach that puts entrepreneurs at the center.

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Find Out How Women Entrepreneurs are Key to Accelerating Growth in the July 2015 Entrepreneurship Policy Digest.

The new Entrepreneurship Policy Digest explores barriers to women entrepreneurs and offers five policy recommendations to address the gender gap.

Entrepreneurship fuels economic growth, with new and young businesses accounting for nearly all net new job creation. Increasing the number of entrepreneurs, and creating conditions for them to succeed, has the potential to improve economic opportunities for all Americans.


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Take A Look Inside the June 2015 Entrepreneurship Policy Digest on Ways for Entrepreneurs to Access Capital and Get Funded

An array of policies aim to support entrepreneurs through grants and tax breaks that make capital more easily attainable. However, entrepreneurs most often turn to two forms of private external financing: debt and equity. 


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