Tag Archives: Migrant Entrepreneur

Mi-Hub Hosts BBQ Party in London – Proceeds Go To Educating and Supporting Migrant Entrepreneurs

  The networking and social event will allow visitors to meet with clients, partners, friends, and exhibitors from the recent Migrant Business Show. Tickets are only £20 and include soft drinks, water, and delicious BBQ food. WHEN: Wednesday, 31 August 2016 from 18:00 to 21:00 (BST) WHERE: mi-HUB – 6 Batty Street, London, E1 1RH, United Kingdom TICKETS: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/bbq-party-at-mi-hub-tickets-26923724585 Situated in

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Mi-Hub Provides Coworking Space and Funding Support For Migrant Entrepreneurs In London

London-based Brazilian-born entrepreneur Rafael dos Santos is opening the capital’s first co-working space in Whitechapel dedicated to supporting migrant entrepreneurs. The migrant-friendly co-working space, will house up to 150 entrepreneurs and provides the necessary tools to run a business successfully. The fully-furnished mi-HUB will include a variety of facilities including boardrooms, private offices and meeting areas. Situated in Batty Street,

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Andrew Grove – Leading the Commoditization of the Microprocessor at Intel


In 1957 Grove immigrated to the United States, a poor immigrant from Budapest, Hungary who barely escaped Nazi occupation. A decade later he managed the launch of Intel, the chipmaker that would help invent the Personal Computer (PC) industry. He was Intel’s President in 1979 and CEO in 1987. He served as Chairman of the Board from 1997 to 2005. While he

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NFAP Study – Immigrants Founded 51% of U.S. Billion-Dollar Startups


Immigrants play a key role in creating new, fast-growing companies, as evidenced by the prevalence of foreign-born founders and key personnel in the nation’s leading privately-held companies. Immigrants have started more than half (44 of 87) of America’s startup companies valued at $1 billion dollars or more and are key members of management or product development teams in over 70

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NVCA Report – Immigrant Entrepreneurs Help Build U.S. Economy

Update to 2006 Study Commissioned by the National Venture Capital Association Shows Impact of Immigrants on American Jobs, Markets, and Innovation, Confirming Broad Support for High-Skilled Immigration Reform The National Venture Capital Association (NVCA) will soon publish a study that examines the contributions of immigrant entrepreneurs to the U.S. economy. American Made 2.0: How Immigrant Entrepreneurs Continue to Contribute to

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