NAE Adopts Three Phase Plan to Recognize and Support First Generation Entrepreneurship (Posted Jan 25, 2016)

The National Association of Entrepreneurship announced today that it will develop a guiding program to shine the light on the significant contributions that first generation entrepreneurs have made to the United States.  NAE to develop a comprehensive three part program.
“First Generation Entrepreneurs have been a significant part of the American Free Enterprise System,” says Bill Miller, NAE Member.  “Historically these pioneers have changed industries, saved lives and truly exemplify what has made our country great.”
NAE’s Advisory Board has supported the December 2015 Strategic Planning Committee’s recommendations that 1) NAE strengthen its leadership position through comprehensive segment programs; 2) NAE reaffirm its commitment to free enterprise by strategically launching NFGC; and 3) NAE support the NFGC in launching a significant council, robust recognition programs, and expanded research and public outreach initiatives – all intended to promote and exemplify first-generation entrepreneurship.
The National Association of Entrepreneurship is the voice of America's Mid-Market Leaders.  NAE provides essential research, critical content, documentary film production and unparalleled connectivity, and hosts a series of events annually, including the Quest 4 Leadership forums, CEO Briefings Series, and the NAE Legislative, FutureGen and Technology Summits.  NAE strives to advance the valuable role of free enterprise in the United States.
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