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Kauffman Foundation
08
Apr

Kauffman Supports CSL

The City Startup Labs' Entrepreneurs Academy is using training programs provided by the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation for its core curricula. These include: The Icehouse Entrepreneurship…

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17
Mar

TEDxCharlotteED ~ Creating a New Class of Entrepreneurs

(Click image to see video) "Re-imagine young black men as a new class of entrepreneurs, capable of great things - helping in our country's economic recovery."…

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09
Mar

City Startup Labs ~ Pop-up Workshop Series

City Startup Labs kicked off its Workshop Series with EntrepreneurSPEAK on February 25th at Packard Place in Charlotte, NC. The workshop addressed connecting with an audience…

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09
Mar

Pilot to Launch – CSL Entrepreneurs Academy

The City Startup Labs mission is to stimulate entrepreneurial activity and innovation within inner-city America. We’re kicking this effort off with a pilot Entrepreneurs Academy in…

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26
Apr

Method

Entrepreneurship is difficult under normal circumstances, much less for fledgling small business owners who have to overcome yet another set of tremendous odds in order to…

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13
Apr

Principles and Best Practices of Successful Business Incubation

In 1996, NBIA’s board of directors developed a set of industry guidelines to help incubator managers better serve their clients. Since that time, NBIA research has…

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13
Apr

From Chained to Unchained

[caption id="attachment_119" align="alignright" width="253" caption="Chain Gang ~ William H. Johnson"][/caption] From Chained to Unchained: A New Paradigm to Employment - Self-employment. When most ex-offenders contemplate returning…

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12
Apr

A Class of 1000 New Entrepreneurs

City Startup Labs, Inc. was launched in April 2012 as a non-profit in New York. It's designed to create a new class of distinctive entrepreneurs from…

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