Jeff Finkle of International Economic Development Council outlines proposed budget cuts and their impact on entrepreneurial communities.
Entrepreneur and economic development conferences are a great way to network with the best and learn while focusing on sustaining and supporting entrepreneurial ecosystems.
"Some of the most consequential programs and legislation to spur entrepreneurship — and the jobs that come with it — continue to happen at a more local level.” - Steve Case
What does the future of social media hold and how can you make it work for your organization on a lean budget? Here are four best practices for making social media trends work on an #econdev budget with limited time and money.
Learn how KCSourceLink's Jenny Miller builds community by bringing resource organizations together.
Grow and fuel your entrepreneurial community into a thriving hive of igniters and supporters by empowering their ability to connect, collaborate and build on a solid entrepreneurial ecosystem.
Here's a short-ish list of events, campaigns and conferences around entrepreneurship and economic development.
The SourceLink family had a great year in entrepreneurship with write-a-thon's, launches, connections and celebrations—all to help build entrepreneurial communities.
The Electoral College has met and confirmed that Donald Trump will be our next president. What effect could a Trump Administration have on entrepreneurship?
SourceLink is working on a book about building entrepreneurial infrastructure in communities, and we’d love your input.
A round up around articles about what an entrepreneurship ecosystem is and the first steps to buidling one. Spoilers: understand your community and what it needs.
Why incubators can't be our sole critierion when it comes to benchmarking innovation.
From Twitter contests to summits and even grand openings, our affiliates ruled Global Entrepreneurship Week all across the nation.
Leverage the holiday shopping season to your entrepreneurial ecosystem's advantage and host a Shop Local campaign for your Main Street entrepreneurs. Here are four ways your economic organization can do to support local business.
Learn what your entrepreneurs need, create a content strategy and build an email list. Dig into these tips to increase your entrepreneurial network’s value and visibility.
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Find foundational research, studies and toolkits to help you build the case for entrepreneurship in your community.
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