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New Enterprise

is a blog featuring pieces written by delegates at the Presidential Summit on Entrepreneurship April 26-27, 2010. Read pieces by entrepreneurs, foundation staff who promote entrepreneurship, professors who teach entrepreneurship, and others. Share your ideas about what it takes to move from an idea to a successful venture. What is the right business climate? Does the government protect intellectual property adequately? What does your community do to encourage entrepreneurs? (Department of State)

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