A businesswoman in Malaysia credits the U.S. Academy for Women Entrepreneurs with helping her focus her business. Now she is helping others.
Refugees in Africa are becoming entrepreneurs and building a network inside settlements, thanks to a program offered by U.S. organizations.
A native of Somalia who operates restaurants in Minnesota inspired by African flavors won a small business award.
After struggling to find work, Anapidédé Kibandou Betema turned her garden into a business. See how the U.S. assists entrepreneurs.
Learn how the State Department's African Descendant Social Entrepreneurship Exchange links and supports people within the African diaspora.
Learn more about Minnesota, a U.S. Midwestern state that is bidding to host the 2027 world's Specialised Expo.
Skills learned in the U.S. Academy for Women Entrepreneurs (AWE) are helping a designer in Papua New Guinea grow her clothing business.
In U.S. restaurants, halal food is going mainstream and being served by chefs offering diverse cuisine as well as at fast-food places.
Ajay Banga, President Biden's nominee to lead the World Bank, has long worked to expand prosperity through digital technology.