Global Entrepreneurship Week 2022
GEW is the world’s largest celebration of innovators and job creators who launch startups that bring ideas to life. It takes place each November and involves millions of entrepreneurs, educators, students, researchers, and entrepreneurship support organizations from 180 countries.
Events include competitions, panels, workshops and networking events catered to all levels of experience and interests. Some events also feature speakers who share their entrepreneurial journeys.
Entrepreneurship is the very pillar on which global economies rest. It is therefore essential to the world that we continue to cultivate and encourage entrepreneurs. GEW is designed to do just that. It is an annual series of events, activities, and competitions that showcase innovation & entrepreneurship.
It is an international movement – powered by thousands of partners around the world. Millions of people participate in GEW each year through local, national and global activities, competitions and events.
During this week, the Wilson College of Textiles will host an event on the topic of entrepreneurship and its impact on society. It will feature panelists who have worked at startups and discuss their experiences. The audience will have the opportunity to ask questions and learn about entrepreneurship. The event is free and open to students, alumni, and local business leaders.
For one week every November, millions of entrepreneurs, investors, policymakers, researchers, and supporters of entrepreneurship across 180 countries celebrate Global Entrepreneurship Week. Founded by Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation in 2008, GEW empowers nascent entrepreneurs and those who face systemic barriers to starting and scaling their businesses.
The Hudson Library & Historical Society, in collaboration with Pitt’s Big Idea Center, is proud to support this year’s Global Entrepreneurship Week powered by the Kauffman Foundation. Join us for a panel discussion with undergraduate and graduate students who will share their experiences interning and working at a startup!
Entrepreneurship is a crucial pillar of our economy. It creates jobs, provides opportunity for youth and women, contributes to national wealth, and fosters innovation. Increasingly, entrepreneurs are also addressing social issues such as poverty, inequality, education, and water scarcity. GEW celebrates entrepreneurs who are changing the world for the better! Learn how you can get involved.
Join us for a full week of events, activities, competitions, and networking focused on innovation & entrepreneurship. This year, we’ve partnered with Western Health Advantage to celebrate this global initiative and the impact it has on our community.
Entrepreneurship is a powerful force for economic development. It creates jobs, drives innovation and growth, and helps solve social problems like poverty and hunger. The Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation launched the first Global Entrepreneurship Week in 2008. It has now expanded to more than 180 countries and regions around the world.
In honor of GEW, we are hosting a series of workshops and panel discussions on topics ranging from business plan writing to crowdfunding. We also have a pitch competition for local entrepreneurs. This event is free and open to the public.
GEW reaches millions of people around the world of all ages and backgrounds through local, national and global activities. During one week each November, entrepreneurship educators, investors, policymakers, researchers and support organizations come together to help people unleash their ideas to start and grow businesses that create jobs and economic growth.
Join KCSourceLink for a free day of educational sessions that focus on the various aspects of starting, growing and championing entrepreneurs in our community. These sessions will be led by local entrepreneurs and resource organizations.
The event will feature a panel of undergraduate and graduate students who have worked or interned at startups. They will talk about their experiences and give advice to aspiring entrepreneurs.
Entrepreneurship is a powerful force that can be used to address societal issues. It can help people solve problems in areas like education, water scarcity, and gender equality, while creating jobs and generating national wealth. It also promotes innovation and contributes to the Sustainable Development Goals.