Elizabeth Gore on Creating Jobs and Entrepreneurship
As women around the world are opening businesses at twice the rate of men but only receiving a very small percentage of funding, Elizabeth Gore, Entrepreneur-in-Residence at Dell and Chair Emeritus of the United Nations Foundation’s Global Entrepreneurs Council, talks with Morning Joe’s Mika Brzezinski and Mike Barnicle about efforts to bridge the gender gap. “What are the principal issues that allow only 7% of women-owned companies to get venture capital funding? What happens during the interview process?,” asks Mike. Watch the full discussion here and learn about the global #EntrepreneursUNite movement. Only on MSNBC.
President & Chairman of the Board, Alice, Former Entrepreneur-in-Residence, Dell Technologies
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Elizabeth Gore is the Entrepreneur-in-Residence at Dell, where she drives initiatives that support Dell’s goals around helping small and medium businesses scale and prosper, fueling the expansion of global entrepreneurship. She is Chairman of the Board for Alice, the world's first AI tool for entrepreneurs, which provides founders with services to help them scale and succeed. Finally, she chairs the United Nations Foundation’s Global Entrepreneurs Council and builds global partnerships that positively affect the UN’s most pressing humanitarian issues.