Check out Arnobio Morelix below in a Social Media Challenge from a few years ago.
Arnobio Morelix shares an article he was quoted in for the Chicago Tribune. Morelix studies where startups begin and if that has any effect on resources available to them and whether they have what’s necessary for the startup to make it or not. Click “READ MORE” to read more about the article.
Arnobio Morelix was in the news in April of 2014. Here Morelix co-authored a piece on “Empirical Support for the Boulder Thesis.” The Boulder Thesis came from Brad Feld’s book, Startup Communities: Building an Entrepreneurial Ecosystem in Your City. Check the link out below for more information.
The article above is about startup activity gaining momentum for the first time since the most recent recession. With information backed by the Kauffman Foundation, they were able to prove this point. Arnobio Morelix, a research analyst at the Kauffman Foundation shares his input within the article. Click “READ MORE” to find out more information on the matter. This article comes from Entrepreneur.com.
Arnobio Morelix works for the Kauffman Foundation located in Kansas City, Missouri. Here he published an article on the insights from the fastest growing companies in America. Morelix tackles many topics such as venture capital not being a pre-requisite and using mentors located in your area. For more information on the article he wrote, click “Read More” above.
Arnobio Morelix is quoted in a Washington Post article written by J.D. Harrison. Here J.D. discusses how entrepreneurs don’t always necessarily need a venture capitalist or angel investor in order to get their business idea going. Harrison takes a look at what the Morelix and the Kauffman Foundation have done in a recent study. You can see some of the information found online at arnobiomorelix.info.