EntryPoint partners with organizations to deliver comprehensive research insights and implement effective data-driven programs that promote entrepreneurship across the Midwest.

EntryPoint is a research institution that aims to promote entrepreneurship across the Midwest. The organization believes that the best research takes a holistic approach to data acquisition and analysis, and as such, seeks to build meaningful partnerships with corporations, community foundations, entrepreneurial support organizations, and other groups. Working in tandem with these partners, EntryPoint develops comprehensive research reports that deliver insights on strengths and challenges facing companies, communities, and the broader region. Research findings are used to design and implement effective programs to promote entrepreneurship by fostering an inclusive culture, expanding networks, and facilitating education and advocacy.

Interested in partnering with us? Contact EntryPoint at Info@entrypointmi.com.

EntryPoint partners with organizations to conduct comprehensive research that analyzes the landscape of entrepreneurial ecosystems. Our goal is to promote entrepreneurship by providing insights that highlight the trends, challenges, and opportunities facing organizations across sectors, stages, demographics, and geographies. To this end, we employ a mixed-methods approach that delivers both extensive quantitative analysis, as well as qualitative analysis and storytelling to contextualize research findings, ensuring that our reports are accessible to broad range of constituents.
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EntryPoint partners with organizations to implement effective programs that promote entrepreneurship by seizing opportunities for improvement and building greater connections across sectors, stages, demographics, and geographies across the Midwest.  We utilize data-driven insights to carefully design pitch competitions, grant and investment workshops, networking events, and other events that further education, opportunity and advocacy.
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