Carl Schramm is one of the world’s leading thinkers on entrepreneurship, innovation and economic growth. The Economist has referred to him as the “evangelist of entrepreneurship.” For the last ten years he served as President of the Kauffman Foundation. In 2012 he was appointed University Professor at Syracuse, the 16th person in the university’s history to hold such a position. In addition, he is a visiting scientist at MIT and a fellow at the Institute for Business Innovation at the University of California at Berkeley. He ably explains what starting a business is all about.
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