Join the Kauffman Foundation for Entrepreneurial Recovery after Covid-19: Knowledge Base and Moving Forward in the United States.
The Forum will address the impact of the pandemic on entrepreneurship in the United States, and discuss priorities, opportunities, and responses to move forward nationally. The event will conclude with a regionally focused Heartland panel discussion.
[Registration is required to attend all or part of the Forum]
WELCOME (9:30 - 9:45 am CST)
PANEL 1: Impact of COVID-19 on entrepreneurship: What Do We Know? (9:45 am - 10:30 am CST)
PANEL 2: Priorities, opportunities, and responses (10:30 am - 11:15 am CST)
PANEL 3: Recovery in the Heartland (11:15 am - 12:15 pm CST)
Confirmed participants include: Nicholas Bloom (Stanford University), Robert Fairlie (University of California Santa Cruz), Lisa Feria (Stray Dog Capital), Anthony Goins (Nebraska Department of Economic Development), Tami Gurley (University of Kansas Medical Center), Sarah Low (University of Missouri), Chi Mac (JP Morgan Chase Institute), Anna Pechenina (Kauffman Foundation), H. Joseph Price (Dysart Taylor), Melissa Roberts Chapman (Kauffman Foundation), Jo-Ann Rolle (CUNY), and Abraham Song (DC Policy Center).
See detailed Agenda here: https://kauffman.app.box.com/v/Entrepreneurship-Issue-Forum
The forum has a maximum capacity of 500 participants. The session may be recorded for future public dissemination.
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