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In Financing Your Venture: Angel Investment, a new video series from Kauffman Founders School, Ian Sobieski teaches entrepreneurs how to find and work with investors >>
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What does it take to be one in a million? Eight of America’s most accomplished entrepreneurs and business leaders make the call as they judge the final rounds of One in a Million, a competition that will showcase some of the nation’s stellar startups.

Find out who's judging the competition >>
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As governments become smarter and more sophisticated in engaging with startup communities, it's becoming increasingly important not only to tap startup community talent into government — but enlightened bureaucrats into startup communities.
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"Royal Good Wishes" to the Kansas City Royals from our CEO, Wendy Guillies, and Kauffman Foundation associates!
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Crowdfunding is opening up large amounts of early-stage capital for entrepreneurs. As regulators struggle to write new rules for this exploding phenomenon, they might do well to crowdsource their own questions and experiences.
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Does the identification of prior investors lead to greater follow-on investment in a new venture in equity-based crowdfunding?
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Australia has one of the highest rates of business creation in the world, but few startups have the capacity to grow beyond the local level. Why?
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We're awarding up to seven Junior Faculty Fellowship grants to junior faculty members in the U.S. whose research has the potential to make significant contributions to the body of literature in entrepreneurship.

Each Fellow’s university will receive a grant of $35,000 over two years >>
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Join us today on Twitter for our #MillennialTreps chat.
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Every ranking of colleges and universities has its own formula for determining which ones are "more entrepreneurial" but they all tend to look fairly similar — and U.S. heavy.

Pitchbook, a data provider and research firm focused on private equity and venture capital, recently released its 2015-16 Universities Report and American schools lead the way again.
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“State economic development spending is profoundly biased against small, local and entrepreneurial businesses.”
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The level of new U.S. businesses being created has been stalled since the end of the recession. Is this the new normal? >>
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Legalize weed, and new businesses will pop up everywhere. 
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Fostering economic independence by advancing education and entrepreneurship
The Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation is a private, nonpartisan foundation that aims to foster economic independence by advancing educational achievement and entrepreneurial success. Founded by late entrepreneur and philanthropist Ewing Marion Kauffman, the Foundation is based in Kansas City, Mo., and has approximately $2 billion in assets. For more information, visit, and follow the Foundation on and

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