ThinkNow conducted a national survey of 1,291 Americans aged 18-64 across various ethnic groups. We asked them about their interest in starting businesses, industries chosen, revenue goals, motivations, barriers and utilization of support services. The results are both eye-opening and potentially concerning. Overall, we found that the desire to start new businesses, revenue goals for those businesses and challenges experienced by their founders are not evenly distributed by gender and ethnicity.

In the webinar, Roy Eduardo Kokoyachuk from ThinkNow and special guest, Carolyn Karo Schulman of the Milken Institute, discuss the results from the report measuring attitudes and interest in entrepreneurship in America.

Watch the webinar here.