November 11, 2013  |  19 comments

This year’s World Series of Innovation is the biggest and most competitive World Series we’ve ever held. Students from around the world had the opportunity to submit their innovation to 11 challenges, ranging from beverage marketing plans to new technologies for education, in the hopes of winning the grand prize.

Students from nine nations including Algeria, Haiti, Austria, Chile and Thailand – more than 700 entries overall – shared their innovations this year and could win up to $10,000 in cash and prizes in the challenges.

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October 28, 2013  |  11 comments

Blog syndicated via Youth Entrepreneurship Council (YEC)

QUESTION: Name one characteristic about this generation or time in history that makes becoming an entrepreneur easier or more rewarding than ever before.

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October 10, 2013  |  11 comments

NYC Generation Tech (GenTech) participated in AT&T's Internet of Things Hackathon on September 27 and 28. 25 GenTech students and 35 additional middle and high school students spent an intensive weekend working with developers to build mobile apps.

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GenTech Demo Night Finals

Registration is now closed. If you have questions about the event please email Serene Gallegos at serene.gallegos@nfte.com.

25th Anniversary Gala


25 Years of Inspiration - NFTE's Dare to Dream Gala

What a wonderful night! Thanks to all who helped to make it happen!

March 25, 2013  |  302 comments

By: Cindy Morand

Credibility is extremely important to the success of any entrepreneur. Individuals do business with people they trust and believe in. So how can a young entrepreneur gain the respect and credibility from customers and future investors?

1. Become an Expert of the Product or Service You are Selling

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