Southern California’s eVillage of Chapman University
with Dr. Richard Sudek
Dr. Richard Sudek, who is the Director of the Leatherby Center for Entrepreneurship and Business Ethics at Chapman University in Orange, CA joins Enterprise Radio.
Listen to host Eric Dye & guest Dr. Richard Sudek discuss the following:
- What is the eVillage?
- Who can take advantage or use the eVillage?
- What are some of the resources that it offers?—- in eVillage?
- What are you trying to accomplish with this initiative?—- eVillage?
- How are Chapman University students involved with the eVillage?
- Where do you see eVillage in 5 years?
About Dr. Richard Sudek
Director of the Leatherby Center for Entrepreneurship and Business Ethics and Assistant Professor of Entrepreneurship, Ph.D. in Management from Claremont Graduate University (CGU). Dr. Sudek’s primary research interests are in the area of entrepreneurial finance, entrepreneurial leadership, and team leadership.
Dr. Sudek has taught at INSEAD in France, the Rotterdam School of Management in Holland, and at the Peter F. Drucker and Masatoshi Ito Graduate School of Management of CGU.
In 1982 he founded Nadek Computer Systems, a computer consulting firm, and in 1999, sold the company to SAIC. He has served on advisory committees for Microsoft, IBM, Novell, and Cisco. In addition, he currently consults extensively with startup companies on matters related to strategy, financing, operations, and executive coaching.
Currently an active angel investor (venture capital) with over 20 investments in startup companies, Mr. Sudek sits on the Tech Coast Angels board of governors (the largest angel investment organization in the US). In addition, he is on the board of directors for the Angel Capital Association, a national angel trade association. Through Tech Coast Angels, he has screened in excess of four hundred start-up companies.
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