Tuesday, November 18, 2008

Happy Entrepreneurship Week

Did I mention that it's Entrepreneurship Week in Canada?
And Global Entrepreneurship Week all over the world?

Um, probably not. I've been a bit busy lately to understand what it all means. Still, entrepreneurship conferences and programs are being held around the world this week to empower people, encourage them to become self-reliant, and make them more successful.
How cool is that?

Especially given what's going on at the other end of the economy (in big business).

I've always said that entrepreneurship is the only excuse for capitalism. And I have a feeling that the new generation of young people will be the one to prove it - globally!

Click here for more information about Entrepreneurship Week in Canada.

And remember: here at Canadian Entrepreneur, every week is Entrepreneurship Week.


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Rick Spence said...

I'm afraid that Entrepreneurship Week is just about over, but you can find information about it at http://www.unleashingideas.org.

Interestingly, the week was launched in the U.S. by Conan the Barbarian himself. In a live webast on NOv. 18, California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger said, "I am honored to launch Global Entrepreneurship Week from California, bringing together more than 75 countries in a celebration of the entrepreneurial spirit that is so strong here in our great state. California’s pivotal role in the global economy is made possible by our state’s innovation and ingenuity – and Global Entrepreneurship Week is an important part of recognizing the individuals and businesses who will help lead our economy into the future.”