New Beginning: Entrepreneurship and Business Innovation Program

Posted by DipNote Bloggers
April 27, 2010
Presidential Summit on Entrepreneurship Attendees

In response to President Obama's commitment to partnership with Muslim communities worldwide based on mutual interest and mutual respect and the 2010 Presidential Summit on Entrepreneurship, the Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs (ECA) has forged partnerships with Business for Diplomatic Action (BDA) and Entrepreneurs' Organization (EO) to expand exchange programs and pursue new opportunities in entrepreneurship and innovation. ECA's International Visitor Leadership Program, “New Beginning: Entrepreneurship and Business Innovation,” will bring twenty-five entrepreneurs per year from countries with significant Muslim populations to the United States over the next four years for educational seminars, mentorship, and first-hand experience in the business place with American entrepreneurs. ECA will also work with private sector partners to send 100 American entrepreneurs abroad over the next four years.

Read more about the program here.

Watch a live stream of events from the Presidential Summit.

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May 5, 2010

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