Entrepreneurship: The Way Ahead

By Harold P. Welsch | Go to book overview

Michael Stoica is Professor at the School of Business, Washburn University. He holds Ph.D. degrees in business administration and engineering. Dr. Stoica has been involved in two entrepreneurial start-ups, and has done extensive teaching, research, and consulting in entrepreneurship in Romania, Canada, and the United States.

Steve Taplin received his MBA with a concentration in Entrepreneurship from DePaul University. He earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Management Information Systems from the School of Business at Northern Illinois University. Mr. Taplin was a highly successful Sales Executive for IBM from 1996-2003 selling Internet Outsourcing solutions to start up and Fortune 1000 companies. In 2003, Mr. Taplin embarked his entrepreneurial career and started Taplin Enterprises, LLC and AZ Investment Property Experts, LLC both of which are real estate investment companies.

Karl H. Vesper is Professor in the Department of Management of the School of Business Administration at the University of Washington. His primary research and teaching interests include venture development, entrepreneurship, and strategic management. Dr. Vesper is a recognized leading authority in the field of entrepreneurship and has published numerous books and innovative articles in the field.

Harold P. Welsch holds the Coleman Foundation Endowed Chair in Entrepreneurship at DePaul University and has been active in entrepreneurship development for over 20 years in his roles as educator, consultant, researcher, entrepreneur, author, and editor. In addition to his role as founder/director of the Entrepreneurship Program at DePaul University, Dr. Welsch has served as Chairman of the Academy of Management Entrepreneurship Division, President of the International Council for Small Business, and President of the United States Association for Small Business and Entrepreneurship.

Dianne Wyndham Wingham is Principal Researcher and Founding Entrepreneur of M.D. Wingham Consultants in Bicotn, Australia. Dr. Wingham is a Lecturer at Edith Cowan University in Western Australia and also at Rowan University.

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