Entrepreneurship Database: Call for Participants
The Entrepreneurship Database, based out of Emory University in Atlanta, partners with accelerators around the world to help them measure the impact they have on the entrepreneurs they support. The program is free and funded in partnership with Emory University, Kauffman Foundation, the Aspen Network of Development Entrepreneurs, and the Argidius Foundation. Designed to serve the sector, the program has worked with 65 accelerator programs from around the world, and processed data from 3,600 ventures.
Accelerator programs will be supported to integrate a core set of questions into their intake application process, which will shed light on the growth trajectory of their selected entrepreneurs vs. those who were not selected for acceleration.
For more information on the Entrepreneurship Database and the larger research efforts behind it, please click here. For those interested in learning more on how to get involved, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org by July 31.