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What are the supporting documents for investors?

Before any credible private equity investor will write a check to an entrepreneur they will conduct a complete background checks and detailed examination of the Company’s legal status and other important documents. We have provided discussions here for entrepreneurs to know about these supporting documents, and what entrepreneurs need to know before they talk to any potential investors. Our discussions here come from in-depth interviews and

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Non-Profit Online Incubator for Global Entrepreneurs – Applications Due (12-31-14)

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We are a non-profit that educates and supports global entrepreneurs. We have the world’s first online global entrepreneurship program. We facilitate introductions to investors, professional service providers, and other entrepreneurs. Using our exclusive Roadmap to Entrepreneurial Success we have helped entrepreneurs raise over $100 million. Are you a global entrepreneur? A global entrepreneur systematically seeks out and conducts new and

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Cato Paper – Using Technology to Solve Conflicts with Land Registration and Property Rights in the Developing World

In all nation states, governments claim the right to control and regulate land use and to allocate land rights within their sovereign territory. However, in most poor countries, the actual practices on the ground differ substantially from the government’s records and rules. A new Cato paper by Peter F. Schaefer and Clayton Schaefer suggests that informal communities and support organizations

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Kauffman Study – Occupational Licensing For Entrepreneurs Can Can Stall Economic Growth

High rates of new business creation are the sign of a dynamic economy in which barriers to entrepreneurship are low. Business regulations, licensing fees, and regular renewal fees are barriers for start-ups. According to a new study prepared by the Kauffman Foundation, increasing licensing regulations in certain professions have the effect of building barriers to innovations and opening new businesses.

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EY Launches New Program To Support High-Growth Potential Global Entrepreneurs

EY has launched Accelerating Entrepreneurs, a program to give six high-potential entrepreneurs from around the world support to scale up their business. Winners will receive expert one-to-one guidance, networking and insight sharing opportunities at EY’s World Entrepreneur Of The Year™ event in Monte Carlo, between 3-7 June 2015. Previously called Ready, Set, Grow, this year’s program has been renamed and

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Dr. David Hung of Medivation Wins EY Entrepreneur Of The Year National Award for 2014

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Dr. David Hung, MD, founder, President and CEO of Medivation, a biopharmaceutical company focused on the rapid development of therapies to treat cancer and neurodegenerative diseases, has been named the EY Entrepreneur Of The Year™ 2014 National Overall Award winner. The EY Entrepreneur Of The Year Award, a leading business award for entrepreneurs, encourages entrepreneurial activity and recognizes leaders and

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What is a global entrepreneur?

Are you a Global Entrepreneur? Strategic motives must drive the decisions to conduct business globally: Are You Ready To “Go Global?” But what is your action plan? Where do you begin? How do you begin? Which markets should be entered first? What would be the optimal mode of entry? How rapidly should you expand globally? Definition of global entrepreneur: A global

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What is Global Entrepreneurship Week?

                  Global Entrepreneurship Week is the celebration of the innovators and job creators who launch startups that bring ideas to life, drive economic growth, and expand human welfare. This year’s event runs November 17-24, 2014. Now with almost eight million people set to be involved including the likes of Richard Branson, Global

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SunShot Catalyst – $1 Million Contest For Solar Entrepreneurs

                  The Department of Energy (DOE), SunShot Catalyst is an open innovation program that allows the public to rapidly create and develop products and solutions that address near-term challenges in the U.S. solar marketplace through prize challenges. The Catalyst Program consists of four contest steps backed by $1,000,000 in prizes. Entrepreneurs will

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What is an entrepreneur?

Entrepreneur is a word borrowed from the French words entreprendre, “one who undertakes”—that is, a “manager.” In fact, the word entrepreneur was shaped probably from celui qui entreprend, which is loosely translated as “those who get things done.” In the early eighteenth century, a group of thinkers called the Physiocrats surfaced in France around a school of new economic theory.

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