Steve Case speaking at Techonomy Detroit

Speaking at Techonomy Detroit today, Steve Case made a clear case for entrepreneurship to be addressed by policy makers. Case, who chairs the subcommittee on entrepreneurship and high-growth companies for the President’s Council on Jobs and Competitiveness sees start-ups as a solution for job creation and American innovation. According to Case,

“The number of new start-ups is down 23% over the last five years. If we’d kept that number up, we’d have 2 million more jobs right now.”

The most critical areas for economic growth that he sees are immigration policy and access to capital for early-stage companies. Supporting start-ups is a great way to support job creation in your communities. Read More