Information for accessing the 2021 Frontiers of Entrepreneurship virtual conference

Join the conference

  • Please register to access the live conference sessions.  Once registered, you’ll receive a confirmation email containing a link to joining the live conference sessions.
  • Not registered? You may view the livestream at any time during the conference from the “Watch Live” tab.
  • Need to leave a session or take a break? No problem – registered attendees can leave and reenter live sessions at any time using the above link.  Current sessions may also be accessed from the online agenda – just select “Join Session” next to any live or upcoming session time.
  • Have questions for the speakers during the conference? Please submit questions and any relevant comments via the “Q & A”  button in Zoom, or email them to kievents@kenan-flagler.unc.edu.

Connect with attendees

  • During the conference, we’ll be talking all things KIFE on Twitter.  Join in the conversation using #KIFE2021.
  • Join us for networking breakouts from 2:00 p.m. – 2:30 p.m. ET each day to discuss relevant topics and trends from the day’s sessions with other attendees. To access the networking sessions, please register for additional information.
  • We encourage all attendees to join the Kenan Institute Frontiers of Entrepreneurship LinkedIn group to keep the conversations going beyond the conference. This group was established following the 2019 Frontiers of Entrepreneurship conference to bring speakers and attendees together to connect throughout the year on the latest research, news and topics related to entrepreneurship.

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Frank Hawkins Kenan Institute of Private Enterprise

Leveraging the Private Sector for the Public Good

Established in 1985 by Frank Hawkins Kenan, the Kenan Institute of Private Enterprise is a nonpartisan business policy think tank affiliated with the UNC Kenan-Flagler Business School. The nonprofit institute and its affiliated centers convene leaders from business, academia and government to better understand how the private sector can work for the public good. The institute leverages best-in-class research to develop market-based solutions to today’s most complex economic challenges. In doing so, the institute aims to support businesses and policies that better the lives of people in North Carolina, across the country and around the world.



UNC Entrepreneurship Center

Inspiring, motivating, and developing entrepreneurial leaders who will create a positive impact in the world, locally and globally.


A Frank Hawkins Kenan Institute of Private Enterprise Event