Developing a more Entrepreneurial Montana

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Entrepreneurship education attracts interest

“The university as entrepreneur is an important part of our transformation into a New American University.”

Burt Chojnowski, Managing Partner, Brainbelt Consulting, Fairfield, Iowa proposes the "Entrepreneurial Development Corporation"

Building a “serial entrepreneurial class" to sustain new business enterprises and produce significant revenue growth and expansion.

Local group helps startups take flight. Angel investors put faith in little companies’ big ideas

Bellingham reflects many of Washington state’s positive results from the WTC report. Washingtonians are innovators. The state leads the country with the generation of new ideas and the translation of these ideas into commercially successful products and services. Washington had the highest rate of new company formation for five years running until neighboring Idaho recently took the lead. Montana ranks third. This strong performance by Northwest states exemplifies that this region is a clear leader in entrepreneurial growth. As groups like the Bellingham Angel Group invest in this innovation by helping startup companies, more jobs are created and, ultimately, the region benefits from a more robust economy.

More retirees opting to launch startups

Baby boomers aren’t just heading to the links – they are starting new businesses in record numbers.

Education for entrepreneurs. We need an educational system that, while teaching math and science and reading and writing, also stresses creativity, initiative, risk analysis, and thoroughness.

We need an educational system that, while teaching math and science and reading and writing, also stresses creativity, initiative, risk analysis, and thoroughness; namely, the same sorts of traits that help make one a good entrepreneur and an informed, smart citizen. We are living in an entrepreneurial age, and that will only increase as the century progresses.

Inspiring Young Entrepreneurs in Wyoming

What are you doing to encourage the entrepreneurial spark in your community?

Recommended Reading For New Entrepreneurs

Looking to learn more about building a new business?

Building a haven for innovation and high technology

"If you create an environment in which certain desirable organisms, entrepreneurial nuclei, want to land and grow, they will land and grow there,"

Best places for entrepreneurs. A look at towns actively recruiting innovative businesses

"We are starting to see virtually every community try and bring in and grow new industries," says Jack Schultz

Best Places for Entrepreneurs. What is your community doing?

"We are starting to see virtually every community try and bring in and grow new industries," says Jack Schultz, author of Boomtown USA and CEO of Agracel, an Effingham, Ill., outfit that specializes in industrial development in small towns.