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GEW Unveils List of Innovative New Startups
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Netherlands

Nov 16, 2012

In our work to elevate entrepreneurs in society, we often refer to them as “rock stars” in the startup world. Here in the Netherlands, the GEW team on the ground has taken it to a whole new level.

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Greece

Nov 15, 2012

Greece is an economy where entrepreneurship is desperately needed in the dire times the country is facing, at least it seems so when we take a closer look at the Global Entrepreneurship Week Policy Survey results that were published earlier this week.

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Norway

Nov 15, 2012

"Politicians and bureaucrats have nothing to do with entrepreneurship" said Lars Peder Nordbakken, Norwegian politician, business strategist and consultant during his presentation held at one of the Global Entrepreneurship Week events in Oslo.

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Ghana

Nov 15, 2012

With Global Entrepreneurship Week well underway, more than 65 Startup Weekend events are in the books with their winners preparing for the looming Global Startup Battle.

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Denmark, Netherlands

Nov 15, 2012

We Want Cinema, a startup from the Netherlands that provides an online platform that allows movie-goers to decide what films are show in the theater, took top honors at the Creative Business Cup

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Global Entrepreneurship Week is getting some special coverage this year from a media partnership with CNBC--the business news giant whose global network reaches 390 million viewers. 

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For Global Entrepreneurship Week, EO is again hosting EO24 at more than 51 chapters around the world. Over a 24-hour period today (November 15, 2012), chapters are conducting events designed to drive business take-home value around growth and innovation.

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Denmark

Nov 15, 2012

A recent article in The Economist titled “Les miserables” discussed Europe’s “chronic failure to encourage ambitious entrepreneurs” and called its culture “deeply inhospitable to entrepreneurs.” While this has been historically the case in both the regulatory and cultural arenas, every day...

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The following post was submitted by Ruta Aidis, senior fellow at the School of Public Policy at George Mason University near Washington, DC .....................................................................

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