Reversing a six-year downward trend, activity in established small businesses increased last year, according to the 2015 Kauffman Index: Main Street Entrepreneurship, a new report that tracks small business activity and ownership in the United States.
Every moment counts for students who have fallen behind on their path to meaningful, productive and happy futures, according to a new Kauffman Sketchbook video.
In Financing Your Venture: Angel Investment, a new video series from Kauffman Founders School, Ian Sobieski teaches entrepreneurs how to find and work with investors.
After months of competing, Chris Costello, CEO of Leawood-based startup blooom, was named the winner of the Kauffman Foundation’s “One in a Million” competition.
Five entrepreneurs from across the U.S. have been chosen as finalists in the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation’s “One in a Million” pitch competition for startup entrepreneurs.
The Missouri Charter Public School Association has named the Kauffman School its Missouri Charter School of the Year.
Kauffman Senior Fellow Suren Dutia calls on research and his own experiences replacing a founder-CEO and serving as an investor, advisor and board member to many startups.
Entrepreneurs pitch their business and compete for $10,000 grand prize,
A $200,000 grant from the Foundation to the charitable organization will be used in part to provide matching funding to donations made on DonorsChoose.org to teachers in low-income public schools within Jackson, Clay and Cass counties in Missouri and Johnson and Wyandotte counties in Kansas.
The Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation announces that the nomination period is now open for the Kauffman Junior Faculty Fellowship in Entrepreneurship Research (KJFF).
Latest Kauffman Policy Digest highlights entrepreneurial ecosystem myths and offers a ‘recipe’ to create vibrant ecosystems
Eight of America’s most accomplished entrepreneurs and business leaders make the call as they judge the final rounds of One in a Million, a competition that will showcase some of the nation’s stellar startups.
The nonprofits will receive grants ranging from $330,000 to $500,000 each over two years as part of the Kauffman Foundation's initiative to identify and invest in organizations that have distinguished themselves in helping entrepreneurs launch and grow their businesses.
In Hiring and Management: How Smart Leaders Build Great Teams, a free eBook from Kauffman Founders School, experienced entrepreneurs provide simple hiring and management tips that can help startups build a productive and engaged workforce.
Celebration from November 16-22 will feature themes on investors, youth and cities