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  • Two Indian entrepreneurs, who participated in the 2016 Global Entrepreneurship Summit, talk about their journey to success.

  • Entrepreneur Aman Advani shares the story behind the innovative and high-tech men’s apparel brand.

  • Priv Bradoo’s urban mining refinery converts e-waste into a sustainable source of critical metals and rare earths.

  • Anvita Arora shares the story of her journey from academia to starting her own business.

  • Business schools in the United States offer innovative programs where instruction and learning are hands-on, entrepreneurial and global.

  • Upcycling companies help corporations reduce their ecological footprint.

  • Richard M. Rossow holds the Wadhwani Chair in U.S.-India Policy Studies and is a senior fellow at the Center for Strategic and International Studies. Excerpts from an interview.

  • Across the United States, libraries are turning into business and artistic incubators.

  • It’s changing the way decisions have to be made and changing the way companies act on customer feedback.

  • Quirky makes the invention process more accessible for the common person who is full of great ideas but does not have the means to execute them.

  • Innovative small businesses that break the mold.

  • "The number of registered websites containing the word 'crowdfund' has increased by tenfold, reaching over 9,000."

  • Between 2002 and 2012, the number of majority women-owned firms with $10 million or more in revenues rose from 8,110 to 12,700—a 56.6 percent increase.

  • The United States is known for its vast conventions and trade shows, which can take up spaces the size of dozens of football pitches and host hundreds of thousands of visitors.


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