Powered by the Kauffman Foundation, Global Entrepreneurship Week worldwide celebrates innovators and job creators who launch startups that bring ideas to life, drive economic growth and expand human welfare. It has grown to more than 160 countries, reaching more than 10 million people across the globe.
Brown will build on the Kenan Institute of Private Enterprise’s legacy of economic development, global competitiveness and entrepreneurship.
The finance professor is an academic entrepreneur and leader.
TCC supports N.C. innovators and inventors with training, launch support and funding.
The Kenan Creative Collaboratory funds innovative research, teaching and problem-solving at the intersection of private enterprise, engineering, technology and science, arts and ethics.
The U.S. Economic Development Administration awarded a challenge grant to fund Technology Commercialization Carolina.
The event features panel discussions, research presentations, networking and a case competition with college and professional basketball experts and corporate partners.
The program will fund projects innovative research, teaching and problem-solving at the intersection of the institutes' work.
The program is open to UNC inventors as well as startups, small businesses and other universities.
Four teams of PhD students were selected to compete in the National Institutes of Health's Neuro Startup Challenge.
NCGrowth student analysts report on economic development projects for companies in five N.C. counties.
The Kenan Institute announces an initiative for the entrepreneurial commercialization of technology at UNC.
His selection continues Carolina’s tradition of highlighting outstanding faculty as speakers at the December Commencement.
UNC-Chapel Hill is set to host its third annual Global Entrepreneurship Week this year, occurring Nov. 17-22, 2014.
Whether it is cultivating cross campus partnerships, helping entrepreneurs evaluate patent and market landscapes, or presenting MBA students with business development opportunities, the Kenan Institute continues to support translating research into commercial products. We are a partner for innovative entrepreneurship.
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).Next 20 Stories