Entrepreneurship is notoriously hard work, especially for early-stage innovators. Without access to entrepreneurship ecosystems, even the best ideas can fail. A robust support system is crucial to the success of early-stage entrepreneurs, allowing them to bypass obstacles and accelerate their ventures. Key stakeholders like organizations and foundations often provide much-needed resources and support for young entrepreneurs, but it can be difficult for them to build the infrastructure necessary for comprehensive entrepreneurship ecosystems.
During our first virtualOPEN conference, we gathered expert panelists for Charting the Future: Philanthropic Trends in Innovation and Entrepreneurship to discuss the best strategies for cultivating healthy and robust entrepreneurship ecosystems.
Tweet me: Entrepreneurship is notoriously hard work. During a recent panel hosted by its partner @Venturewell, @Qualcomm helped identify 3 strategies to cultivate comprehensive entrepreneurship ecosystems: https://bit.ly/37eoFci
KEYWORDS: Qualcomm, NASDAQ:QCOM, VentureWell