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Tipping Points:  The Future of Entrepreneurism

 

 
 

What Tipping Points Do You See?

Tipping Point:  The point at which a slow, reversible change becomes irreversible, often with dramatic consequences, which may be good or bad.

You have a front row seat in your community, business or government role.  Your first-hand insights about Tipping Point trends should be shared!  Tell us about the tipping points you see and we'll post your comments on the CFA website and perhaps cite them in upcoming events, commentaries and radio programs. 

Example:  John Tyler, Kauffman Foundation, reports based on economic research:  In the U.S. an average of about 500,000 businesses are started every year.  If this number could be increased to about 750,000 a year, it would make a material difference in the economy.  It would be very beneficial for the U.S. to create about 60 $1 billion companies a year.

Example:  Rick Homan, Drexel University College of Medicine, Philadelphia, reports:  About 50% of the med school students graduating from Drexel already have one medical liability malpractice claim against them before graduating.  Students and doctors are always worried about lawsuits and this doesn't help the quality of care given to patients.

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