Bozeman, MT, October 28, 2014 – Andrew Hull, Montana State University’s 2014 Entrepreneur-in-Residence, will deliver a presentation on “High Growth Start-ups: Why Transparency with Prospects, Customers, Employees and Stakeholders is the Secret Sauce for Today’s Successful Entrepreneurs” in Reid Hall 108 at 6:15PM.
The Jake Jabs College of Business & Entrepreneurship (JJCBE) started its entrepreneur in-residence (EIR) program as an additional resource for students in the Alderson Program in Entrepreneurship in the spring of 2011 with its first EIR, Gary Gannon. These seasoned entrepreneurs are brought in to act as mentors to JJCBE students.
This program provides one-of-a-kind mentoring and face-to-face interactions with successful entrepreneurs spanning diverse fields of expertise. During the week, entrepreneurs visit a number of classes to chat with students, answer questions and give constructive criticism on projects and presentations.
For more information please visit: http://www.montana.edu/business/e-center/entrepreneur-in-residence.html
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