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America’s culture of innovation spans the country

Venture capitalists in the United States are backing startups outside of traditional hubs like Silicon Valley. Learn more about American innovation.
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Connecting entrepreneurs in the Americas to networks in the U.S.

Find out more about the YLAI program to help young leaders in the Western Hemisphere build brighter futures for themselves and their communities.
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Fashion from American innovators spares the environment

American companies Allbirds, Nothing New, Bolt Threads, and MycoWorks are tackling fast fashion's environmental footprint with biotech solutions.
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7 iconic products made in the USA [infographic]

Some of the most popular products in the world are “Made in America.” Here are a few of the companies that produce these top-quality products.
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Stories from Americans: Driving lessons [audio]

In this StoryCorps interview, Muhammad Faridi and his father, Mohammad Ashraf Faridi, talk about how cab driving affected their family at different times.
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Americans are starting businesses during the pandemic

U.S. entrepreneurs are taking advantage of opportunities emerging in a business environment dramatically changed by COVID-19.
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U.S. embassies partner for COVID-19 economic recovery

U.S. embassies worked with Garage48 and Startup Wise Guys to host a worldwide coding event aimed at app development to address COVID-19 recovery.
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These women entrepreneurs spotted a need — and met it

Meet six U.S. businesswomen who run successful companies, and learn how they pursue their visions and approach their work.
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U.S. advances quantum computers to tackle global challenges

Quantum computing offers vast potential for science and business. Learn how the U.S. government and private sector are advancing the technology.