Entrepreneurial Decisions Series

Next Entrepreneurial Decisions: December 8

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The Belk College of Business and the College of Arts + Architecture partner for the Fall 2020 Entrepreneurial Decisions: Arts & Design in the Marketplace speaker series. Students, alumni and the community are invited to attend.

The event will feature a virtual conversation with UNC Charlotte architecture alumnus David Ravin ‘94, President and CEO of Northwood Ravin LLC. He will talk about his experiences with Justin Webb, Belk College Distinguished Professor of Business Innovation

Tuesday, December 8
6-7 p.m. via Zoom

 

Registration Coming Soon


About Entrepreneurial Decisions

Entrepreneurial Decisions is a public speaker series offered through the Belk College of Business. During each talk, entrepreneurs discuss the decisions they made in building and growing their ventures. Join the Entrepreneurial Decisions mailing list to receive additional invitations to the public speaker series and other news from the Belk College of Business. Email belkrsvp@uncc.edu for information.

Previous Sessions

October 13, 2020 - Arts & Design in the Marketplace
Featured speaker: Banks Wilson '01, President, Union, LLC
Recorded Presentation

Further Study: Academic Programs in Entrepreneurship

Undergraduate Programs

The Belk College fosters an entrepreneurial mindset by providing foundational skills in entrepreneurship and innovation. Management and Marketing majors are specifically inspired to embrace the entrepreneurial mindset as they prepare for leadership in any organization.

Graduate Programs

The Graduate Certificate in Entrepreneurship and Innovation gives students a strong foundation of unique skills that complements their existing education and experiences. For those students wanting to focus the MBA program even more toward entrepreneurship, the Belk College offers multiple concentrations in entrepreneurship, including:

  • Entrepreneurship and Corporate Venturing
  • Innovation and Growth Strategies

Students in the Doctorate in Business Administration (DBA) program develop their skills of entrepreneurship and innovation. The DBA program is a launchpad for careers in management, consulting or a professorship at a business school.

Executive Education

UNC Charlotte Executive Education is dedicated to connecting individuals and organizations to Charlotte’s research university through an interdisciplinary cohort of faculty that develop programs for individuals, custom programs for organizations, short-format programs, and community events. Executive Education delivers programs for individuals on topics like, “The Corporate Entrepreneur: Driving Innovation and Growth” and “Building Analytics Teams to Create a Competitive Advantage,” as well as custom programs for organizations such as TIAA and AAA Carolinas on “Understanding Entrepreneurial Behavior in Organizations and its Implications for Firm Performance,” and “Driving Innovation and Change.”

Feature: Belk College alumni, students and faculty perspectives on entrepreneurship