Jennifer Keil is a public historian entrepreneur that specializes in processing archives, digitizing collections, and curating exhibitions.
Tag - entrepreneurship
The bank can “create” millionaires—and bolster its own image in the process.
Government Can’t Replace Entrepreneurs | Guests: Deirdre McCloskey and Alberto Mingardi | Ep 98
Economists Deirdre McCloskey and Alberto Mingardi sit down with Matt Kibbe to discuss their new book, “The Myth of the Entrepreneurial State.”
Governments must step back and allow innovators to rise to the challenge of protecting the environment, or risk doing irreversible damage to both the economy and the natural world.
When the COVID-19 pandemic happened, Silverback Distillery in Afton, VA adapted their business almost immediately to start producing hand sanitizer.
If you watch the news, you’d think the world is coming to an end. Are we really as divided as they’re making us out to be? Maybe we’re more united than ever.
Matt Kibbe sits down with Matt Ridley, author of “How Innovation Works,” to talk about the mysterious process of economic and technological progress.
At this time, we are still in the thick of the continued spread of the coronavirus, with no determined end in sight.
As people lose their jobs, their communities, and their sense of hope overnight, the actions of these entrepreneurs are nothing short of heroic.
The only reason we have so many luxuries in the first place is because the process of competition drove inventors and entrepreneurs to develop ever better products