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Global Entrepreneurship Week
11/15/2010 - 11/21/2010
November, millions of people around the globe will participate in the
world's largest celebration of entrepreneurship. Thousands of events in
more than 100 countries will celebrate innovation, entrepreneurship and
creativity during Global Entrepreneurship Week 2010 (GEW), Nov. 15-21.
Announcing the IcehouseEntrepreneurshipProgram
“Who Owns the Icehouse?”
is a two-part learning project designed to inspire and
engage the next generation in the unlimited opportunities that an
entrepreneurial mindset can provide.
Observations and Opportunities from the World of Entrepreneurship
Welcome to this inaugural edition of Entrepreneurship.org’s e360 ezine. It is my genuine honor and pleasant task to moderate this publication. I look forward to bringing readers the latest news and shared resources from around the world of entrepreneurship.
But beyond filling your inbox with yet another ezine that will need to fight for your attention, this publication will be used to share your voice with a growing chorus of folks around the world that are looking to connect, share, and learn from one another.
For example, watch for what I will be calling e360 Classifieds – listings from individuals looking for unique things that entrepreneurs need … maybe a founding partner, or a missing piece of technology to complete something great for example. This won't be a traditional classified service, like looking for a job – there are plenty of sites for that. I am referring to unique things that aren’t the easiest to find. And if it grows in popularity, we will build out part of the entrepreneurship.org site to post listings. And like all good entrepreneurs, we’ll figure it out as we go along so be sure to stay tuned, and if you want me to feature something for you, send me an email (see below) with “e360 Classified” in the subject line.
If you want to check out other sections of the site, may I suggest:
In the mean time, we will send this out as news, events and inquiries dictate. You are also welcome to send me suggestions via email, just please don’t expect a personal response to everything as the volume is pretty high. Other sections of the ezine will call out some specific things for you to check out, including some of our other programs and resources, as well as good stuff from other good sources.
That’s it for now,
Thom Ruhe, director of entrepreneurship
The Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation