Join us for our second episode as we discuss ecosystem builders and breaking down barriers with Dell Gines, Senior Community Development Advisor - Omaha Branch at the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City
From entrepreneur to city commissioner and back. Madison, WI has transformed as an ecosystem in the last decade. Entrepreneur Scott Resnick went inside the public sector to help catalyze the work. Hear about the results.
What’s a Real World problem and what’s a First World problem? And why isn’t anyone in the startup space asking that question? Paul Moore and Darel Ross look at the hidden opportunities in wicked problems.
Start Garden, essentially, has four executive directors. The model has been critical to our successes toward systems change and entrepreneurship development. Darel Ross and Paul Moore cover the ups and downs of this unconventional way of doing business.
At SXSW 2019 everyone is talking about capitalism, how it doesn't work and why we need it. Stop thinking of the Have's and Have Not's, start focusing on expanding opportunity creation.
The Kauffman Foundation 2019 State of Entrepreneurship address revealed 65% of entrepreneurs use personal and family savings to finance a startup. 83% will never access loans or venture capital. So, what happens if you don’t have a rich dad or personal savings? In 2018, Start Garden launched the pilot of the 100, a startup competition for 100 aspiring entrepreneurs that legitimately leveled the playing field.
25,000 jobs is not enough. Maybe it was ten years ago. Today, the general public is aware that complex problems aren’t solved with easy answers. If we’re not publicly talking about how systems organize to turn an economic cash cow, like Amazon HQ, into real opportunities for the communities where the cow will drop, we’re having the wrong conversation.