“The Brown Forum: Entrepreneurship and Venture Capital – Deepening Ties Between U.S. Firms and Entrepreneurs in Southeast Europe” will examine how regional entrepreneurs and venture capitalists can promote economic growth in the Southeast Europe region. Here are some resources that examine various aspects of entrepreneurship and how they are represented in the region:
Forbes published an interesting article on the defining characteristics of the entrepreneurial world.
UNESCO published a report on how the implementation of the European Charter for Small Enterprises has gone in the western Balkans.
The European Commission held panel discussions between members on various ways to enhance the education of entrepreneurs in Europe.
Many countries in the region have had reports published on doing business in their respective countries and the benefits they have to offer. These include but are not limited to Albania, BiH, Croatia, Kosovo, Montenegro, and Slovenia.
This link is to a list of business incubators and business development initiatives in New York City open to foreign companies. Most of these initiatives are for digital technology or healthcare/bioscience.