Obama Declares National Entrepreneurship Week

November 17, 2010  |  

(Black Web 2.0) — To honor the enterprising spirit of the American entrepreneur, the Obama administration has declared the week of November 14-20 as National Entrepreneurship Week while November 19 has been set aside as National Entrepreneurs’ Day. Dedicated to honoring those of us that have the ambition, drive and vision to carve out their own slice of the American Dream, this week comes as the nation continues it’s slow comeback from a  crushing recession.  Realizing that the revitalization of the country lays in the hands of small business growth in industries such as alternative energy, advanced vehicle, and health care technologies, the Obama administration has developed an innovation strategy that “…focuses on key investments to foster American innovation, improving education, building a 21st-century infrastructure, and bolstering our ability to conduct cutting-edge research. This strategy focuses on key investments to foster American innovation, improving education, building a 21st-century infrastructure, and bolstering our ability to conduct cutting-edge research.”

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