About National Entrepreneurship Week
NatlEshipWeek is a congressionally chartered week dedicated to empowering entrepreneurship across the United States. The annual initiative was relaunched in 2017 as NatlEshipWeek to bring together a network of partners from Maui to Miami to educate, engage, and build equitable access to America’s Entrepreneurship Ecosystem.
Today, NatlEshipWeek, with millions of social media engagements annually, has grown considerably since its relaunch. From Maui to Miami to Maine, communities across the country offer thousands of FREE local and virtual entrepreneurship webinars and events to uplift and empower inclusive voices of America’s Entrepreneurship Ecosystem. In 2021, an unprecedented number of Federal agencies joined NatlEshipWeek in the launch of Federal Entrepreneurship Day, hosting their own events, and engaging in social outreach on programs and resources for entrepreneurs.
National Entrepreneurship Week is a grassroots effort led by a team of volunteers from non-profit organizations. The movement is made stronger by a robust network of partners who take initiative to collaborate, coordinate, and create their own activities and engagement events.
Its singular mission of increasing entrepreneurship in communities across the country culminates each year the third week of February and creates the entrepreneurial infrastructure to support new, aspiring, and seasoned entrepreneurs throughout the year.