Tuesday, January 04, 2005

The Public Forum Institute's (Inter)National Dialogue On Entrepreneurship

Every once in a while I stumble upon something I already know but refresh myself on just how valuable the information is. Such is the case with the Public Forum Institute's National Dialogue On Entrepreneurship (NDOE). Here you will find all sorts of things pertaining to entrepreneurship, including economic development and education, understanding and helping entrepreneurs, statistics, reports and my favorite: "Global Review."

Under "Global Review," you will see overseas news, regional efforts, data and statistics and global resources.

For example, two sites I visit frequently are featured in the Regional section:

Small Business Service (SBS) U.K. Championing the interests of small businesses and Enterprise Ireland -- with one of the first things I notice is a seminar put on by Ernst & Young on "Doing Business in the U.S.!"

For those of you who don't know a thing about the NDOE, this site is worth visiting. The United States is still considered the leading expert on kindling the "global entrepreneurial spirit" but many other nations around the world are also encouraging a climate of risk taking, innovation and new enterprise.

Visit: The Public Forum Institute's National Dialogue On Entrepreneurship -- Global Review

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