LINDA ROTTENBERG


When economies turn down, entrepreneurs turn up, and Endeavor shows up.

For the past 25 years, Endeavor Global has worked to catalyze the growth of emerging and underserved innovation ecosystems by inspiring high-growth founders to dream bigger, investing in them to scale faster, and providing a platform for them to pay it forward. While entrepreneurs and the business media often focus on companies’ financial successes, Endeavor has seen that these metrics only tell half the story.

Equally important for the growth of ecosystems is the Multiplier Effect — the compound impact entrepreneurs have by mentoring, inspiring, and investing in the next generation of entrepreneurs.

In her speech during our 25th Anniversary Gala, Linda Rottenberg celebrates Endeavor Entrepreneurs who create successful businesses and become Multipliers in their local ecosystems.

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