January 23, 2013  |  1035 comments

By Amy Rosen
NFTE President & CEO

Here at the World Economic Forum, it is clear that big issues like how to jumpstart the economy, the need to foster small business development as an engine of job creation, and preparing today’s youth to be tomorrow’s skilled workforce but smarter, better, entrepreneurial are on the minds of all CEOs and corporate leaders.

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At the age of 15, Reuben Metcalfe ran away from home with $80 in his pocket.  The teenager dropped out of school, shared a place with a friend, did odd jobs and eventually moved in with his uncle.  By the time he was 18, Reuben had completed his qualification in music performance and had steady work as a lead drummer and vocalist in a local

November 8, 2012  |  3 comments

NFTE's partner in China, Bright China Foundation, is celebrating its national challenge this week. Some of the judges come from NFTE supporters, NYSE Euronext and Ernst & Young.

See additional photos on NFTE's Facebook page.

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October 3, 2012  |  251 comments

NFTE's Licensed Partners make a significant contribution to helping young people around the world discover the entrepreneurial mindset. We are beginning a new series of updates from NFTE's partner organizations to highlight the contributions these organizations, like Bright China Foundation, make to teaching the skills that required in a global society.

Life is short,do something meaningful...

From July to August, 2012, Bright China Foundation held 6 Biz camps in Yunnan

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September 14, 2012  |  61 comments

By: Cale Morrow

            Some opportunities come once in a lifetime, and sometimes these never reoccurring experiences place fundamental ideas into our minds that cause the light bulb of life to “click” and an important issue to become clear. A moment such as this occurred to me while in San Francisco at the 2012 TechCrunch Conference.

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August 9, 2012  |  19 comments

   NFTE’s international partners are an important component of our effort to bring the entrepreneurial mindset to all young people.

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June 8, 2012  |  15 comments

NFTE President & CEO Amy Rosen's update from Monte Carlo:

NFTE’s work was feted by the top leadership of Ernst & Young, last night. Zoe Damacela, a proud alum, and I had the honor of representing NFTE at the official welcoming reception. The royal family of Monaco hosted it to welcome everyone to the Ernst & Young Global Entrepreneur of the Year Competition.

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