Global Entrepreneurship Week November 2019 Highlights

Global Entrepreneurship Week (GEW) is already upon us. Running from November 18 to 24, GEW is a celebration of entrepreneurship, intended to reinforce existing businesses by fostering new networking connections and inspiring new business ownership by introducing prospective entrepreneurs to the resources in their cities. Whether you’re a young professional hoping to get some feedback on your burgeoning business idea or a seasoned vet hoping to pass some wisdom on to the next generation, there are countless reasons to get involved.

A Briefer on Global Entrepreneurship Week

GEW is an initiative fronted by the Global Entrepreneurship Network (GEN), which operates in more than 170 countries as an organization dedicated to fostering more business creation and economic growth. GEW is also powered by the Kauffman Foundation, an organization dedicated to facilitating entrepreneurship and education.

5 Highlights of the Global Entrepreneurship Week ( GEW ) 2019 :

1.A $1 million gift from Western Health Advantage to support the Carlsen Center’s annual Global Entrepreneurship Week program at Sac State was announced Monday, Nov. 18, in the Carlsen Center and was acknowledged by (from left) Dale Carlsen, Katy Carlsen, WHA President and CEO Garry Maisel, Carlsen Center Director Cameron Law, and Sac State President Robert S. Nelsen. (Sacramento State/Andrea Price)
More info here : CSUS EDU
2.Thousands of entrepreneurs to gather at in Kansas City for Global Entrepreneurship Week
The conference features hundreds of events, workshops and speakers geared toward helping people start or grow their own business.
More info here : KCTV5
3.America Is Ranked The Best Country For Female Entrepreneurship.Closing the entrepreneurial gender gap could increase the global economy by $2.5 trillion to $5 trillion, yet female entrepreneurs still face sexism in every country. Research published Wednesday ranked the best countries for female entrepreneurs and found that the U.S. is first, followed by New Zealand, Canada and Israel.
More info here : Forbes
4.Penn State Altoona will hold several activities and events as part of Global Entrepreneurship Week, Nov. 11 to 15.Global Entrepreneurship Week (GEW) is the annual celebration of Penn State’s year-round commitment to innovation. It brings together students, faculty, staff, and community members to promote the entrepreneurial spirit and cultivate student start-ups. Each November, GEW aims to inspire people everywhere through local, national, and global events to help them explore their potential as innovators and self-starters. Workshops, presentations, and networking can help you get started!
More info here : PSU Edu
5.The Global Entrepreneur ship Network operates a platform of projects and programs in 170 countries aimed at making it easier for anyone, anywhere to start and scale a business.By fostering deeper cross border collaboration and initiatives between entrepreneurs, investors, researchers, policymakers and entrepreneurial support organisations, GEN works to fuel healthier start and scale ecosystems that create more jobs, educate individuals, accelerate innovation and strengthen economic growth.
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Sources: Inc
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