We are actively searching for, and developing, research, curriculum, and policies that help more college and university students to become an entrepreneur shortly after graduation.
Below is a recording of the research presentation that shares “The Economic Impact of Youth Entrepreneurship” and the economic potential of postponing interest and payments on student loans for those who become entrepreneurs shortly after graduating from a college or university.
At the bottom of this page is a form to request the slides from the presentation and links to the research that shaped it.
Complete the form below to receive, via email, links to:
- The research that shows how an increase of one standard deviation in student debt reduced small business formation by 14%
- The 25-year research, involving over 140 colleges and universities, that demonstrates how removing student debt increased the number of startups by 367%, increases the number of startups receiving VC funding by 400% and increases the amount of VC funding received by 190%
- The slides from our Research Presentation on the economic impact of youth entrepreneurship on jobs, taxes, and GDP, along with the calculations on the outcome of becoming an entrepreneur at 23 vs. 44 (the national average of first-time entrepreneurs in North America) delivered at the Enactus Nationals in Vancouver.
You can contact the organizer of 150 Startups, Craig Elias, by mobile (+1.403.874.2998) email (Info@150Startups.com) or completing this contact form.
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