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An Interview with David Teece, a Practicing Business Intellectual
An Interview with David Teece, a Practicing Business Intellectual
Professor David Teece is one of the impactful business scholars of his generation. His research has been cited over 128,474 times according to Google Scholar. His work is required reading for Ph.D. Read More...
Category: Commentary
Author: Jon Eckhardt
T-Shirt Project Teaches Customer Discovery to Future Entrepreneurs
T-Shirt Project Teaches Customer Discovery to Future Entrepreneurs
Many entrepreneurship professors want to provide students with applied learning experiences. Yet, implementing an applied project in a large, introductory entrepreneurship course can be a challenge. Read More...
Author: Jon Eckhardt
Research Insight: Proven Entrepreneurs May Benefit Less from Partnering With Experienced VCs
Research Insight: Proven Entrepreneurs May Benefit Less from Partnering With Experienced VCs
In 2000, the New England Patriots football team chose University of Michigan quarterback Tom Brady in the sixth round of the draft. He became the starting quarterback barely two years later, and on Read More...
Author: Jon Eckhardt
For the Best Customer Data, Look Beyond the Market
For the Best Customer Data, Look Beyond the Market
Seed stage entrepreneurs must grapple with how they will scale their businesses. While this process includes many steps, discovering the proper product/market fit for the business is critical early Read More...
Author: Jon Eckhardt
How Matt Younkle Changed Music Collecting
How Matt Younkle Changed Music Collecting
Matt Younkle's earliest commercial venture -- a product called "TurboTap" that poured beer faster -- almost didn't happen. His first product demo for Anheuser-Busch did not go well. But Younkle came Read More...
Category: Interviews
Author: Jon Eckhardt
Connecting Business Research to Practice
Connecting Business Research to Practice
Markets are a strong mechanism that force entrepreneurs to produce outputs that are useful to customers. Ironically and sadly, schools that groom future entrepreneurs too often don’t consider Read More...
The Art of Entrepreneurship, from Toni Sikes of CODAworx
The Art of Entrepreneurship, from Toni Sikes of CODAworx
In her years as an entrepreneur, Toni Sikes has focused on helping artists find people who will pay for their work. Her company, CODAworx, serves as an online community for painters, sculptors, Read More...
Category: Interviews
Author: Jon Eckhardt
How Eric Martell Cooked up a 'Digital Food Court'
How Eric Martell Cooked up a 'Digital Food Court'
Eric Martell co-founded EatStreet as a 19-year-old to create a "digital food court" and online ordering for mom-and-pop restaurants serving hungry college students. His startup has now grown to 110 Read More...
Category: Interviews
Author: Jon Eckhardt
Gimme Shelter: ABODO's Slocum Talks About his Apartment-Hunting Breakthrough
Gimme Shelter: ABODO's Slocum Talks About his Apartment-Hunting Breakthrough
Alec Slocum started his smartphone-based apartment-hunting service, ABODO, after being frustrated in his own search for shelter. He sat down recently with Jon Eckhardt to talk about how he launched Read More...
Category: Interviews
Author: Jon Eckhardt
The Odyssey of Isomark's Life-Saving Technology
The Odyssey of Isomark's Life-Saving Technology
Joe Kremer's company, Isomark, provides life-saving technology that can detect potentially deadly illnesses early through a simple breath test. In this interview Kremer talks about how Isomark was Read More...
Category: Interviews
Author: Jon Eckhardt

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