Economic Ventures

Economic Ventures Inc., a New York City-based nonprofit organization, provides a foundation in the principles of economics and encourages entrepreneurship through developing and delivering experiential education programs to innovators, visionaries, and early stage entrepreneurs.

The purpose of conducting entrepreneurship programs is to assist in the development of basic business skills and understanding of fundamental concepts of economics as they relate to starting a company, creating jobs.

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Economic Ventures, Inc.
Carrie J. McIndoe
222 East 56th Street
Suite 2H
New York, NY 10022

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Testimonials

Nicalia T. (Participant: Delaware, 2008; Mentor: Delaware, 2010)

At the base of it all, I learned that a passion can turn into a business. That is now my philosophy for the foundation of any business I will start in the future. From participating in EntrePrep, I saw how my creativity and passion for design, became a marketing business, which turned into a valuable … Continue reading

Lucas S. (Participant: Maine, 2008)

When I first signed up for EntrePrep, I was pressured to do so from a family friend, I also knew that my good friend was going so I thought it could be fun. I saw it as a great opportunity to learn about becoming a businessman which is what i hoped to pursue in the … Continue reading

(Parent of Participant: Maine, 2007)

We credit the program with sparking his interest in the business world. The program allows students to experience first hand of what is like to run their own business. They are given a week long condensed course which teaches them about all aspects of running a business from marketing to advertising to accounting to name … Continue reading

Merritt L. (Particpant: Texas, 2008)

Entering EntrePrep I thought I knew what the program had to offer. I expected to find teenagers talking about their hobbies and doing small activities. Was I ever wrong! I quickly learned the challenges I faced during the program were far from insignificant or familiar. I learned a lot through the entrepreneurs who spoke with … Continue reading