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.
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
A few months back, the White House announced the creation of Startup America, a public-private partnership to accelerate entrepreurialism in the U.S, chaired by AOL co-founder Steve Case. Now Case's old business partner, former Time... Read Post