Last month I blogged here on about the progress of Startup America, a public-private partnership the White House launched in January to help Americans who are seeking to start businesses. My post focused on the progress that the public-sector side of Startup America has made. Now, let’s look at what going on with the private-sector component, the Startup America Partnership, which is an independent alliance of entrepreneurs, corporations, universities, foundations and business leaders.
CapLinked, which offers tools to help manage the fundraising process, just announced a partnership with the Startup America Partnership, the program launched by the White House in early 2011. In the announcement press release, Scott... Read Post
The White House has come up with a new program called “Startup America Partnership." It's stated goal, according to Bloomberg, is "to increase private sector investments in startup companies and small businesses." There will be a we... Read Post