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What's Your Feedback for Startup University?

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What's Your Feedback for Startup University?

By Stephen Morris, SBA Official
Published: March 7, 2013

Last year the Small Business Administration held a series of regional roundtables with accelerators and universities, and one of the major takeaways was that universities could use a dedicated forum to discuss best practices and build new connections between academia and startup entrepreneurs.

Based off this feedback, the SBA and Department of Commerce created Startup University as a forum for educators and entrepreneurs like you to vote, comment, add provide feedback, but we need your help!

Visit our new Startup University website and tell us what you are seeing:

Vote: Which initiatives stand out to you? Vote on your top 5 success stories and tell us if these programs should be replicated elsewhere.

Add Your Own– How you have promoted innovation and entrepreneurship on campus and in the community? What can be done to replicate your success, or learn from past mistakes?

Sharing is Caring- Is someone in your community is doing something that should be recognized? Spread the word then check back on March 21st as we presented the results at the NCET2 Conference!

Tweet This: What are the best university and #smallbiz #startup programs? Tell @SBAgov here: http://bit.ly/startupu

What can universities and #smallbiz do to support high growth #startups? Tell @SBAgov here: http://bit.ly/startupu

Post on Facebook:  What can universities and Small Businesses do to support high growth   startups? http://bit.ly/startupu

Share on LinkedIn: How can universities and businesses really support high-growth startup companies? 

About the Author:

Stephen Morris

SBA Official

Stephen Morris is online media coordinator for the U.S. Small Business Administration where he manages digital outreach to the small business community.

Comments:

Quality education must be a top priority, education is the development of a developing country.
That is good news. Quality education must be a top priority
Didn't even know that this was happening. Pretty interesting stuff. I'm checking it out in my area.
That's a good news. The education quality must be respect.

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