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Michael Chmura

A Research Agenda for Women and Entrepreneurship Published

A Research Agenda for Women and Entrepreneurship has been published by Edward Elgar publishing Elgar Research Agendas. The publication is edited by Candida G. Brush, the Franklin W. Olin Distinguished Chair of Entrepreneurship and Vice Provost of Global Entrepreneurial Leadership at Babson, and Patricia G. Greene, formerly the Paul T. Babson Chair in Entrepreneurial Studies at Babson.…

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Michael Chmura

Women Entrepreneurs NYC Launched To Expand Entrepreneurship In New York City

NYC First Lady Chirlane McCray, Deputy Mayor for Housing and Economic Development Alicia Glen and Citi announced this week the establishment of WE NYC (Women Entrepreneurs New York City), an initiative to expand female entrepreneurship in New York City, with a special focus on underserved women and communities. Over the next three years, WE NYC will…

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Michael Chmura

Building Entrepreneurial Cultures

What do the  Goldman Sachs Builders + Innovators Summit,  Zappos, and Babson College have in common:  A shared  mission of building entrepreneurial cultures. I was honored and excited to again attend the annual Goldman Sachs Builders + Innovators Summit, this time held at Dove Mountain in Tuscon.  For this event GS gathers up 100 entrepreneurs (both…

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Michael Chmura

Access, Influence, And Growth

Greetings from the annual NAWBO conference in San Diego. I had the privilege last night of moderating an after dinner panel with the inaugural inductees of the new NAWBO Hall of Fame.   What an amazing group of women. •    Koni Kim, President & CEO of the Koni Corporation, •    Maria de Lourdes Sobring, Founder and…

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Michael Chmura

Public Service Entrepreneurship

In a few moments the Asian University for Women (AUW) in Bangladesh will close its first international conference;  Imagining Another Future for Asia: Ideas and Pathways for Change.  Imagine a conference where every speaker and panelist is informed, articulate, interesting, and thought provoking.  Picture where the topics support the conference theme by connecting across sessions…

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Entrepreneurial Action = Feel + Play + Observe + Create + Think

The entrepreneurship field is asking for something new. This became evident when we presented to a standing room only audience at the recent USASBE conference in Nashville.  We presented a talk entitled “Entrepreneurship Pedagogy: Known Worlds and New Frontiers” and outlined three current worlds that entrepreneurship educators teach in. The first is the Entrepreneur World…

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Michael Chmura

Sweden As A Whirlwind Of Entrepreneurial Activity

I’ve spent the last ten days in Sweden and have participated in so many types of events that I joked with my host (Magnus Aronsson of ESBRI (http://www.esbri.se/) that he was testing me to see if I could present entrepreneurship to every kind of audience imaginable.  It was a fun challenge.  In this time I’ve…

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Michael Chmura

UK View Of Small Business And Entrepreneurship

The ISBE (Institute for Small Business and Entrepreneurship) conference just ended in Liverpool and I’d consider the conference quite a success.  The conference was held in the city’s Novas Contemporary Urban Centre, a venue designed as a hub for local employment and training.  The site was terrific.  It was such a pleasure to be at…

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