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Wednesday, March 16, 2016

Entrepreneurship by Harvard Alumni

News from the Kauffman Foundation:


A recent survey of Harvard Business School alumni pointed to entrepreneurship as the strongest element of the national economy -- and it is still improving. Capital markets, universities and innovation were noted as significant strengths in the U.S. 

The opposite end of the spectrum: The tax code, politics, health care and education.


The report, "The Challenge of Shared Prosperity," also showed that it is easier to start a new firm today than it was ten years ago. The elements needed are more available in the U.S. than elsewhere.


Now, that is good news.


Steve Koenig, SCORE Counselor

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