The Startup Revolution: How Entrepreneurs are Hacking Global Economies
Wednesday, March 21, 2018 4:00 PM
220 Eggers Hall
Presented by Shelly Porges; managing director, Reservoir Q Global LLC; serial entrepreneur, investor, and advocate.
There are more than 582 million people in this world in the process of starting or running their own business per the Global Entrepreneurship Monitor, a survey covering 65 economies. Entrepreneurs drive economies by creating jobs, solving big problems
through innovation, mobilizing unused resources and building the capital base of economies. The key question is how can policymakers support and accelerate entrepreneurial growth? Join us for a deep dive into how entrepreneurs are hacking global economies
and how we can leverage their contributions.
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Sponsored by the Maxwell School of Citizenship an Public Affairs
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