Economic Development Programs
Four innovation principles all companies must embrace beyond profit.
The high-tech park would potentially see additional employment of 25,000 people with jobs generated by the ecosystem partners with an estimated investment around of INR 76,000 crore
Entrepreneurial activity, or in other words, the creation of new businesses, is what supports local economies, what supports our country's GDP, and what helps the stock market continue to grow. So why is it that entrepreneurship is such a powerful engine of economic development?
If a business indulges in the trend of rampant discounting, the perceived value of their products plummets
RBI panel proposes INR 5,000 crore stressed assets fund for MSMEs
Arkansas' capitol city quite publicly skipped the competition for Amazon's HQ2 and found the right partners to drive growth instead.
The sector has enabled entrepreneurs to reach new customers and grow online by reducing hurdles for entry and allowing easy scalability
Amazon doesn't really create tech jobs, it just outbids local companies that already have a tough time affording essential talent.
A handful of US cities are developing programs to attract skilled remote workers to diversify their economies. Many more should.
The governor and mayor are thrilled with Amazon. Ordinary New Yorkers just see higher rents and even more crowded subways.
Better sales proposals will win you more of the business you're competing for.
With state budgets being cut, former SBA chief Karen Mills discusses how local economic growth does not necessarily need radical innovation to prosper. Rather governors can harness resources of existing institutions and people to attract capital and create jobs.
High-growth firms have a huge potential for creating U.S. jobs. According to Karen Mills, there are three key components to getting there.
The high-growth entrepreneurship working group pitched ideas 'Shark Tank' style about new ways to create healthy ecosystems that foster the growth of start-ups.
The two-day event, featuring Hillary Clinton and Chris Christie, seeks to promote high-growth entrepreneurship and small-business development.