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Total activities: 6964

18-November-2009 Entrepreneur at the Table featuring Fred Steck
United States, organised by Bill Grant

Part of: 

When:  18 November 2009, 0:00 PM - 18 November 2009, 1:30 PM

Description: is a forum for executives and entrepreneurs to share ideas, lessons, management styles and insight with students associated with the Technology Management Program. Each quarter students host successful executives or entrepreneurs in a conversational lunch format to create this uniquely intimate learning setting and networking opportunity.

Where: Santa Barbara, United States

Website address: www.tmp.ucsb.edu

Global partners: Youth Entrepreneurship and Sustainability

Activity type: Mentoring

Focus: Entrepreneurship education

Will you be partnering with any other organisations to run your activity? 
Student Entrepreneurs Association UCSB

Expected attendees: 36

18-November-2009 Global Fair Trade Marketplace
United States, organised by UW  GSEC

Part of: 

When:  18 November 2009, 11:00 AM - 18 November 2009, 2:30 PM

Description: Want a shopping experience that makes a positive impact in the lives of people half a world away? The Social Entrepreneurship Club, HBSA, MUSH, and other business and non-business clubs will bring 15 fair trade and community development retailers to campus to sell their goods in the Global Fair Trade Marketplace. Browse products from all over the world, including textiles, art, coffee, chocolate, and accessories. Some of the best holiday shopping in Seattle will be on UW's campus. The following organizations have already confirmed their attendance: Krochet Kids, Beads for LIfe, Ten Thousand Villages, Theo Chocolate, Far East Handicrafts, El Quetzal Project, SOL Fair Trade, Karisma Ltd., Baskets of Cambodia, Market Street Traders, and Trabant Coffee and Chai. Come to shop and make a difference!

Where: Seattle, United States

Website address: http://www.foster.washington.edu/centers/gbc/Pages/gbw.aspx

Global partners: No

Activity type: Other

Focus: Social entrepreneurship/Clean Tech e.g. ideas for social or environmental change,International focus,Economic development / regeneration

Will you be partnering with any other organisations to run your activity? 
n/a

Expected attendees: 100

20-November-2009""5 Simple Strategies to Speak Clearly and Powerfully About Your Business"
United States, organised by Lily Iatridis

Part of: 

When:  20 November 2009, 0:00 PM - 20 November 2009, 1:00 PM

Description: This free teleseminar will help business professionals eliminate their fears and present themselves as a leader in their industry as they learn the basics of successful public speaking. Every opportunity to speak that's avoided is a business opportunity squandered! Please visit www.BoomerangPresentations.com/blog/events to sign up for the teleseminar, or email us at info@BoomerangPresentations.com for sign up information. This call will take place in US Eastern Standard Time.

Where: New York City metro area, United States

Website address: www.BoomerangPresentations.com

Global partners: No

Activity type: Conference or seminar

Focus: Entrepreneurship education

Expected attendees: 50

19-November-2009"Beyond Loans: How the world’s most innovative microfinance institutions are working to stamp out poverty"
United States, organised by UW  GSEC

Part of: 

When:  19 November 2009, 5:30 PM - 19 November 2009, 7:30 PM

Description: Keynote from Ed Bland, President, Unitus *This event is part of Social Entrepreneurship Day, celebrated by the Global Business Center, UW Foster School of Business', Global Biz Week

Where: Seattle, United States

Website address: http://www.foster.washington.edu/centers/gbc/Pages/gbw.aspx

Global partners: No

Activity type: Inspirational speaker/talk

Focus: Social entrepreneurship/Clean Tech e.g. ideas for social or environmental change

Will you be partnering with any other organisations to run your activity? 
n/a

Expected attendees: 150

16-November-2009"Biggest Boss" Business Plan Competition
United States, organised by Natasha Cross

Part of: 

When:  16 November 2009, 8:00 AM - 27 February 2010, 8:00 AM

Description: The annual EYE for Change “Biggest Boss” Business Plan Competition is underway. Here’s a great opportunity for youth to put their business ideas to the test and win up to $5,000 in our business plan competition! The Biggest Boss business plan competition is open to all students ages 10-18 across Maryland and Washington DC who are enrolled in school. Youth may enter by logging on to www.eyeforchange.org

Where: Baltimore, United States

Website address: www.eyeforchange.org

Global partners: No

Activity type: Competition

Focus: Entrepreneurship education,Youth entrepreneurship

Will you be partnering with any other organisations to run your activity? 
Sentence Says Morgan State University Education Channel 77 M & T Bank PNC Bank Baltimore City Public Schools

Expected attendees: 500

20-November-2009"JA in a Day" at Greenbay School
United States, organised by Scott Farley

Part of: 

When:  20 November 2009, 8:30 AM - 20 November 2009, 1:30 PM

Description: Abbott is partnering with Junior Achievement of Chicago to bring JA programs to the students of Greenbay School in North Chicago, Illinois. With employee volunteers from Abbott, this one day event will reach 350 students at Greenbay and teach them the importance of work readiness skills, financial literacy, and entrepreneurship education. For more information about this event, please contact Beth Biercz, 708-456-1400.

Where: North Chicago, United States

Website address: www.jachicago.org

Global partners: Junior Achievement

Activity type: Mentoring,Inspirational speaker/talk

Focus: Entrepreneurship education

Will you be partnering with any other organisations to run your activity? 
Abbott

Expected attendees: 30

18-November-2009$1000 Elevator Pitch Competition FINALS at Oklahoma State University
United States, organised by Nola Miyasaki

Part of: 

When:  18 November 2009, 5:00 PM - 18 November 2009, 6:00 PM

Description: Finlas of the OSU Elevator Pitch Competition, hosted by the Entrepreneurship Club in the Student Union elevators.

Where: Stillwater, United States

Website address: okstateelevatorpitch.ning.com

Global partners: No

Activity type: Competition

Focus: Entrepreneurship education

Will you be partnering with any other organisations to run your activity? 
no

Expected attendees: 100

17-November-2009$1000 Elevator Pitch Competition Semi-Finals at Oklahoma State University
United States, organised by Nola Miyasaki

Part of: 

When:  17 November 2009, 5:00 PM - 17 November 2009, 6:00 PM

Description: Elevator Pitch Competition hosted by the Oklahoma State University Entrepreneurship Club. Takes place in the Student Union elevators. $1000 in prize money.

Where: Stillwater, United States

Website address: okstateelevatorpitch.ning.com

Global partners: No

Activity type: Competition

Focus: Youth entrepreneurship

Will you be partnering with any other organisations to run your activity? 
no

Expected attendees: 100

19-November-2009$40,000 Riata Business Plan Competition Launch at Oklahoma State University
United States, organised by Nola Miyasaki

Part of: 

When:  19 November 2009, 9:00 AM - 19 November 2009, 10:00 AM

Description: Launch of the Riata Center for Entrepreneurship's $40,000 Business Plan Competition.

Where: Stillwater, United States

Website address: www.entrepreneurship.okstate.edu

Global partners: No

Activity type: Competition

Focus: Economic development / regeneration

Will you be partnering with any other organisations to run your activity? 
no

Expected attendees: 250

19-November-2009(WFU) Article in Old Gold and Black Student Newspaper on Student Entrepreneurs
United States, organised by Elisa Burton

Part of: 

When:  19 November 2009, 8:00 AM - 20 November 2009

Description: The Old Gold and Black (campus newspaper) will feature stories on several student entrepreneurial ventures.

Where: Winston-Salem, United States

Global partners: No

Activity type: Other

Focus: Entrepreneurship education

Will you be partnering with any other organisations to run your activity? 
The Entrepreneurship Society and the Old Gold and Black

Expected attendees: 1500

19-November-2009(WFU) Michael Lang, music industry maverick and entrepreneur, speaks at WFU
United States, organised by Elisa Burton

Part of: 

When:  19 November 2009, 7:30 PM - 19 November 2009, 9:00 PM

Description: Music industry maverick and entrepreneur Michael Lang will speak during Global Entrepreneurship Week at Wake Forest University. Lang is best known as the mastermind and creative genius who brought the legendary 1969 Woodstock Festival to life. A book signing of his book "The Road to Woodstock" will take place with copies available for purchase. 7:30 p.m. Benson 401.

Where: Winston-Salem, United States

Global partners: No

Activity type: Inspirational speaker/talk

Focus: Don't know

Will you be partnering with any other organisations to run your activity? 
Student Union

Expected attendees: 250

19-November-2009(WFU) Take an Entrepreneur to Lunch
United States, organised by Elisa Burton

Part of: 

When:  19 November 2009, 11:00 AM - 19 November 2009, 0:00 PM

Description: Networking luncheon for student and faculty entrepreneurs.

Where: Winston-Salem, United States

Website address: http://entrepreneurship.wfu.edu

Global partners: No

Activity type: Networking

Focus: Don't know, Networking

Will you be partnering with any other organisations to run your activity? 
Entrepreneurship Society

Expected attendees: 25

17-November-2009(WFU) The "And" Mindset: How Entrepreneurs Create, Collaborate, and Learn to Learn
United States, organised by Elisa Burton

Part of: 

When:  17 November 2009, 6:00 PM - 17 November 2009, 7:00 PM

Description: Wake Forest University, Kirby Hall, B02. Lyndon Rego is the Director of the Innovation Incubator at the Center for Creative Leadership (CCL). His work at CCL focuses on organizational innovation, particularly extending leadership development to new populations and through new platforms. Specific initiatives have included a focus on emerging markets, nonprofits, young leaders, and leveraging technologies such as mobile phones, iTunes, and Second Life.

Where: Winston-Salem, United States

Website address: http://entrepreneurship.wfu.edu

Global partners: No

Activity type: Inspirational speaker/talk

Focus: Entrepreneurship education

Will you be partnering with any other organisations to run your activity? 
The Center for Creative Leadership

Expected attendees: 70

17-November-2009“Start Your Business During Class”
United States, organised by Jim Hogge

Part of: 

When:  17 November 2009, 10:40 AM - 17 November 2009, 11:55 AM

Description: entrepreneurship for students

Where: Boise, United States

Website address: http://cobe.boisestate.edu/ent/gew/

Global partners: No

Activity type: Conference or seminar

Focus: Youth entrepreneurship

Expected attendees: 30

20-November-200910th Annual Duke Start-Up Challenge Finals
United States, organised by Reid Lewis

Part of: 

When:  20 November 2009, 7:00 PM - 20 November 2009, 10:00 PM

Description: The 10th Annual Duke Start-Up Challenge, the premiere entrepreneurship competition at Duke University, and the Duke Global Entrepreneurship Network (DukeGEN), announced today that Bill Maris, co-founder of Google Ventures, will lead the judges for the Finals Event of the Elevator Pitch Competition tomorrow, Friday, November 20, 2009. The competition finals will take place at Duke’s Fuqua School of Business in Geneen Auditorium and may be viewed online via live webcast at http://www.dukestartupchallenge.org/live starting at 7pm Eastern Time. This event is the culmination of Duke’s participation in Global Entrepreneurship Week (GEW) and a part of the year round entrepreneurship program at Duke.

Where: Durham, United States

Website address: www.dukestartupchallenge.org/live

Global partners: Don't know

Activity type: Competition,Inspirational speaker/talk

Focus: Social entrepreneurship/Clean Tech e.g. ideas for social or environmental change,Entrepreneurship education,Youth entrepreneurship

Will you be partnering with any other organisations to run your activity? 
DukeGEN www.dukegen.com and @DukeGEN on Twitter 10th Annual Duke Start-Up Challengewww.dukestartupchallenge.org Global Entrepreneurship Week is founded by the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation and the Make Your Mark campaign. For more information, visit www.unleashingideas.org <http://www.unleashingideas.org>, and follow @unleashingideas on Twitter.

Expected attendees: 500

17-November-20102010 Americas Venture Capital Conference at Florida International University
United States, organised by Karyne Bury

Part of: 

When:  17 November 2010, 0:30 PM - 18 November 2010, 7:30 PM

Description: FIU's Eugenio Pino and Family Global Entrepreneurship Center will host the premier forum for the development of global innovative firms throughout South Florida and Latin America. The Americas Venture Capital Conference will take place on Wednesday, November 17th and Thursday, November 18th, 2010 at Florida International University's College of Business in Miami, Florida. This conference will provide a unique forum for innovative enterprises in South Florida and Latin America to showcase their ventures, and to meet established firms and potential investors to develop strategic alliances. Innovative companies and investors in the following industry sectors are encouraged to attend this event: Agriculture and water quality; Biotechnology, Pharmaceutical and health; Consumer products; Energy and green technologies; Entertainment; Information, communication and web technologies; and Metals and mining. A select group of companies from these sectors will be given the opportunity to present at this Conference. Companies interested in being selected to present at this venue, should enter their company profile in the Global Innovative Ventures Knowledge Base (GIVe). For more information on the 2010 Americas Venture Capital Conference, please visit: www.AmericasVCConference.com.

Where: Miami, United States

Website address: www.AmericasVCConference.com

Global partners: Endeavor

Activity type: Competition,Networking,Conference or seminar,Inspirational speaker/talk,Other

Focus: International focus,It will involve organisations or participants from more than one country,Entrepreneurship education,Economic development / regeneration

Will you be partnering with any other organisations to run your activity? 
Yes, we have partnered with FIU's Dual Degree Partner institutions in Latin America. Thus far the following institutions have shown their committment: IAE Business School (Argentina), Fundacao Getulio Vargas (Brazil), INCAE Business School (Costa Rica), IESA Business School and Universidad Adolfo Ibanez. In addition we have the support of conference and media sponsors in Miami and throughout Latin America (including the Miami Herald, AltoNivel, Entrepreneur Mexico, Revista Summa and America Economia.

Expected attendees: 300

16-November-20092nd Annual Entrepreneurship Fair
United States, organised by Susan Amat

Part of: 

When:  16 November 2009, 10:00 AM - 16 November 2009, 0:00 PM

Description: The Launch Pad is pleased to host an Entrepreneurship Fair as part of our 2009 Global Entrepreneurship Week celebration. University of Miami students, alumni and faculty members will have the opportunity to showcase their businesses as part of our commitment to entrepreneurship. To register your business for the Entrepreneurship Fair, please visit the online registration form or call 305.284.2789. View the registration information. Monday, November 16, 2009, 10:00 am to 12:00 pm University of Miami Whitten University Center, Lower Level Lounge 1306 Stanford Dr Coral Gables, FL 33146 Parking 1. Continue straight on Stanford Drive. You can purchase a day parking pass on the Information Booth. 2. Make a turn on your second left at Merrick Street. 3. Turn left at Pavia Street. 4. Enter Pavia Garage. You can also purchase a day parking pass here. 5. To get to the event follow the dashed arrow. There is a bridge you will need to go through before you arrive to the Lower Level Lounge of the Whitten University Center. There is additional parking on Ponce De Leon Garage. If you have any questions regarding parking please call Parking and Transportation 305-284-3096.

Where: Coral Gables, United States

Website address: http://thelaunchpad.org/2nd-annual-entrepreneurship-fair

Global partners: No

Activity type: Networking,Other

Focus: Social entrepreneurship/Clean Tech e.g. ideas for social or environmental change,Entrepreneurship education,Youth entrepreneurship,Economic development / regeneration, Celebrating Entrepreneurship

Will you be partnering with any other organisations to run your activity? 
Kaufman

Expected attendees: 250

13-November-200948Hour Launch East Tennessee
United States, organised by Sheldon Grizzle

Part of: 

When:  13 November 2009, 6:00 PM - 15 November 2009, 6:00 PM

Description: 48Hour Launch, or 48HL, brings bright minds together to participate in an intensive period of community building, planning, incubation, and launching. The first in a series, East Tennessee’s 48HL will be held in Chattanooga on November 13-15, the event is hosted at CreateHere, a non-profit with a history of supporting creative entrepreneurial endeavors.

Where: Chattanooga, United States

Website address: Http://www.48hourlaunch.org

Global partners: No

Activity type: Competition,Networking,Other

Focus: Entrepreneurship education,Economic development / regeneration, Resource Sharing, Connectivity and Collaboration

Will you be partnering with any other organisations to run your activity? 
Knoxville Overground; Launch Memphis

Expected attendees: 100

19-November-20095th Annual Astia Awards
United States, organised by Vanessa Kliewer

Part of: 

When:  19 November 2009, 6:00 PM - 19 November 2009, 8:00 PM

Description: Astia will unveil this year's award winners, honor our community and provide an inspirational evening for all. Master of Ceremonies, Kara Swisher, The Wall Street Journal VIP Reception begins at 5pm Awards Celebration 6pm - 8pm Cocktails & hors d’oeuvres To reserve your spot, visit www.astiaawards2009.eventbrite.com

Where: The Golden Gate Club, Presidio of San Francisco , United States

Global partners: Don't know

Activity type: Networking

Focus: Women's entrepreneurship

Will you be partnering with any other organisations to run your activity? 
No

Expected attendees: 400

17-November-20095th Annual Intel+UC Berkeley Technology Entrepreneurship Challenge, Day 1
United States, organised by Kirsten Berzon

Part of: 

When:  17 November 2009, 11:00 AM - 17 November 2009, 8:30 PM

Description: IBTEC encourages the best engineers and scientists to present how they plan to make the world a better place through their innovations and entrepreneurial skills. IBTEC partners with the best research institutions around the world and affiliates with regional business plan competitions to find the technologies and teams that can have the greatest impact.

Where: Haas School of Business; UC Berkeley; BERKELEY, United States

Website address: www.entrepreneurshipchallenge.org

Global partners: No

Activity type: Competition

Focus: International focus,It will involve organisations or participants from more than one country,Entrepreneurship education

Will you be partnering with any other organisations to run your activity? 
Intel Corporation

Expected attendees: 120


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