Since our founding more than 30 years ago, Dell has continuously embraced the principles of innovation and entrepreneurship. Dell founder and CEO Michael Dell was designated as the United Nation Foundation’s first Global Advocate for Entrepreneurship and advocated for UN Goal 8, which paves the way for the next billion jobs through advocacy for entrepreneurs.
To fulfill this goal, Dell is working with global leaders, policymakers and the public and private sectors to focus our policy advocacy on improving small businesses’ and entrepreneurs’ access to key elements of success: talent, capital, markets and technology. Dell partners with top customers to advocate for entrepreneurs and provide the world’s best ecosystems and technology for growth.
|Entrepreneur in Residence|
Dell's Entrepreneur in Residence listens to and advocates for business in the marketplace.
The Founders 50 is a two-year program focused on key areas of growth for the member companies.
|Women's Entrepreneur Initiatives|
Dell is committed to accelerating the increasingly powerful role that women play in driving global economic growth.
|Capital for Entrepreneurs|
Our aim is get end-to-end, scalable technology solutions in the hands of growing businesses.
We’ve gone GlobalDell for Entrepreneurs is Dell’s initiative to help emerging business to gain the resources, expertise and solutions they need to get market quicker. We are currently located in the United States, United Kingdom, Netherlands and Ireland expanding to Canada and France. Send us an email if you are interested in seeing Dell for Entrepreneurs in your country: CFEPromotions@dell.com.
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