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Entrepreneurship News Roundup: Week of 2/8/2010

Thom Ruhe on February 12, 2010 Source: e360 Blog

Amy Wilkinson discusses President Obama’s plans for small business that includes increased funding as well as tax incentives for small business.  This could be the jump start that entrepreneurs are looking for.

Biz World takes a look at the rise of young generation entrepreneurs. The National Entrepreneurship Network is a not-for-profit initiative dedicated to educating and encouraging young generation entrepreneurs. Over the last two years the organization has seen an immense increase in the amount of young entrepreneurs.

Edith M. Lederer discusses the impact of China and India becoming major contributors of economic growth during the recession and how US venture capitalists are starting to globally invest in the entrepreneurs of the future.

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