Elizabeth Gore

Elizabeth Gore

Entrepreneur in residence at Dell
Elizabeth Gore is the entrepreneur in residence at Dell, where she drives initiatives that support Dell’s goals around helping small and medium businesses scale and prosper, fueling the expansion of global entrepreneurship, thereby creating jobs that will drive the world economy. Gore is extending Dell’s global advocacy efforts to raise entrepreneurship to the public policy agenda, encouraging policies and practices that support and enable entrepreneurial growth globally through #EntrepreneursUNite. Gore also chairs the UNF's Global Entrepreneurs Council and previously served as the first ever EIR for the UNF as well as vice president of global partnerships.
How Entrepreneurs Can Turn Trash Into Profit (Literally)
Sustainability

How Entrepreneurs Can Turn Trash Into Profit (Literally)

Embracing the circular economy can bring business success and appeal to customers -- and maybe even save the world.
4 Ways Your Startup Could Save the World
America's Small Business Heroes

4 Ways Your Startup Could Save the World

How can you and your company make a difference?
Digital Transformation Has the Big Guys Nervous About the Little Guys
Technology

Digital Transformation Has the Big Guys Nervous About the Little Guys

Innovating quickly during a digital transformation is essential for businesses to stay alive in the face of competition.
4 Calls to Action for Entrepreneurs to Unite
Global Entrepreneurship

4 Calls to Action for Entrepreneurs to Unite

Creating opportunities for all through capital, markets, talent and technology.
This Election Year, It's Time to Engage With Your Elected Officials
Entrepreneurship

This Election Year, It's Time to Engage With Your Elected Officials

This year, every entrepreneur's resolution should be to get more involved with local and state lawmakers.
Technology Opens the Door for Entrepreneurs to Achieve the Triple Bottom Line
America's Small Business Heroes

Technology Opens the Door for Entrepreneurs to Achieve the Triple Bottom Line

These days, every company, no matter what industry, is a technology company. The focus should be on people, planet and profit.
OK

This website uses cookies to allow us to see how our website and related online services are being used. By continuing to use this website, you consent to our cookie collection. More information about how we collect cookies is found here.