More developing countries participate in this year's Global Entrepreneurship Week

Good to see the list of developing countries participating in the annual Global Entrepreneurship Week growing. There are about 120 countries participating in 2011 (14-20 November).

The Global Entrepreneurship Week is an initiative of the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation in the USA. It began in 2008 and has grown rapidly.

Global Entrepreneurship Week helps map the entrepreneurial ecosystem in participating countries. GEW is also about unleashing ideas and doing what it takes to bring them to life—spotting opportunities, taking risks, solving problems, being creative, building connections and learning from both failure and success.