Do you owe your company’s success to a business-friendly climate in your state or region? Has support from a network of business owners, or community bankers, or local government policies helped you grow?
Creating a more entrepreneur-friendly environment in the U.S. was the topic of a roundtable discussion hosted this week by the U.S. Senate Committee on Small Business and Entrepreneurship. The session was the third in a series that Committee Chairman Mary Landrieu has hosted to gather input that will inform entrepreneurship legislation she is expected to introduce this summer.
Wednesday’s session, titled “Perspectives from the Entrepreneurial Ecosystem: Creating Jobs and Growing Businesses through Entrepreneurship,” asked panelists to comment on what role the government can play to nurture entrepreneurship in the U.S.
Landrieu said her goal is to develop policies that will transform the U.S. into the most dynamic, finely tuned entrepreneurial ecosystem in the world. She cited a list ofRead More »from What's Government's Role in Building Entrepreneurial Ecosystems?