For New Entrepreneurs: Your Most Pressing Entrepreneurship Questions Answered
Ken Colwell, PhD, MBA the author of the brand new bestselling book Starting a Business QuickStart Guide joins Enterprise Radio. Ken has consulted for hundreds of start-up ventures and is the principal of Innovative Growth Advisors.
This episode of Enterprise Radio is working in conjunction with the Author Channel.
- In your new book you have said that “starting a business is the ultimate creative act.” Why do you believe that?
- We hear a lot about “the entrepreneurial mindset.” Do you believe that such a thing exists?
- Is an entrepreneurial path for everyone? Can anyone start their own successful business?
- What is the right age to start a business?
- There are plenty of books for startups and entrepreneurs, what makes your guide different?
Dr. Ken Colwell PHD, MBA is a seasoned strategic and operational leader with extensive experience working within entrepreneurial ecosystems and interacting with relevant private and public sector stakeholders at all levels in order to accomplish objectives. He has consulted for hundreds of start-up ventures and is the principal of Innovative Growth Advisors.
Dr. Colwell is currently dean of the School of Business at Central Connecticut State University. He was previously dean of the School of Business, Public Administration and Information Sciences at Long Island University–Brooklyn. Prior to taking his current decanal post, he was director of entrepreneurship programs at the University of Miami School of Business Administration and a professor of strategy and entrepreneurship at Drexel University.
Dr. Colwell holds a PhD in strategic management from the University of Oregon and an MBA from San Francisco State University. He has taught strategic management, entrepreneurship, new venture planning, and entrepreneurial consulting at the undergraduate, graduate, and executive levels.
His new book is Starting a Business QuickStart Guide, an Amazon bestseller, published by ClydeBank Media.
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