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  • How to pitch your entrepreneurial ideas to venture capitalists and secure funds to make them real.

  • Indian entrepreneur Dhruvil Sanghvi talks about how his education in the United States has been instrumental to his success with his start-up, LogiNext Solutions. 

  • Young Mountain Tea, Fulbrighter Adhiraj Vable’s start-up in Oregon, works to create sustainable livelihoods for rural communities in the Kumaon region of Uttarakhand.

  • Juan Sabater talks about the entrepreneurial culture in the United States and the key requirements for building a profitable start-up. 

  • A look at the factors that make the United States the world’s leading start-up ecosystem.

  • 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.


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