Increasing "digitalization" of just about everything is transforming manufacturing, retail, and government organizations alike. These organizations are harnessing new sources of data—from big data to social media—to rethink how they design, develop and deliver their products and services to their customers. The Kenan Institute's Center for Digital Enterprise & Innovation has been at the forefront of this digital wave.
The Kenan Institute in close partnership with Duke University's Carbon Offsets Initiative and with UNC's Department of City and Regional Planning has begun to investigate the potential to develop swine waste resources for electricity production and other uses.
The Kenan Institute Asia (Kenan) officially opened its Hanoi office in order to better serve Vietnam’s development needs. Kenan, a Bangkok-based, regional non-profit development organization, will leverage its 18 years of experience in the areas of business and economic development, education, public health and corporate social responsibility (CSR) to address Vietnam’s social and economic development needs.
Jim Johnson sees six disruptive demographic trends that will require change.
The Kenan Institute's N.C. Strategic Economic Growth initiative pairs promising hi-growth companies and start-ups with UNC Kenan-Flagler's best MBAs for the Entrepreneur Technical Assistance Program (E-TAP).
The Kenan Institute and the North Carolina Department of Commerce is currently undertaking a major statewide initiative to develop a brand for the State of North Carolina.
The Kenan Institute's Sport Entrepreneurship initiative hosts the 2014 Basketball Analytics Summit, engaging with and exploring best practices of leading basketball experts who love, research, and work in the discipline of performance (individual or team) and business analytics
The CUBE, UNC-Chapel Hill’s hub for social innovation, is accepting applications for the 2013 UNC Social Innovation Challenge from aspiring UNC social entrepreneurs interested in launching a venture to solve social or environmental problems.
The Kenan Institute sponsors and UNC-Chapel Hill hosts its second annual Global Entrepreneurship Week this year, occurring Nov. 18-22, 2013.
Residents of Bertie County are invited to help create a vision for the county’s economic future during four public forums to be held in July.
The accelerator is already home to local ventures. Entrepreneurs represent the entire spectrum of the startup process.
Chapel Hill’s first startup accelerator supports the successful launch of entrepreneurial companies.
DeSimone’s talk at NC Science Summit fuels thinking on ways to improve state’s manufacturing competitiveness
Last week, Kenan Institute director, Dr. DeSimone delivered a “call to action” talk at the 2013 North Carolina Science Summit, a signature event of the annual NC Science Festival.
Thiago Penido (MBA ’09) shares his journey to leadership in his family’s enterprise, The Serveng Group in Sao Paulo, Brazil
A student delegation from the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, led by professor Paul Friga, Director of Consulting Concentrations and Associate Professor of Strategy and Entrepreneurship visited the Zayed University Campus in Dubai.
Tomorrow, representatives from the United States Government Accountability Office (GAO) will visit the UNC-Chapel Hill campus to discuss the role and impact of nanomanufacturing in the U.S. economy.
Today, director of the Kenan Institute of Private Enterprise Dr. Joseph DeSimone visited Wilmington, NC to explore potential partnerships between MARBIONC, UNC Wilmington and the Kenan Institute.
Today, Frank Hawkins Kenan Institute of Private Enterprise leaders visited the American Underground to explore a potential partnership to promote entrepreneurship.Next 20 Stories