Spring 2009 EMBA Course

B7737-001: Entrepreneurial Management

2009ABCD, Menu B - 02:00AM to 03:00AM

Instructor: Jack Kaplan

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In this course, students will explore entrepreneurship from start-up through harvest taking the management perspective. A broad range of topics essential to managing entrepreneurial ventures will be covered, including finding an idea, starting a company, form of a business, raising capital, sales and marketing strategies, attracting competent people, compensation issues, creating a corporate culture and managing growth. In addition, buying a business, selling a business and the family business will be covered.

Jack Kaplan

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Jack M. Kaplan, President, Founder of Datamark Technologies Inc, is a serial entrepreneur who has founded and managed three successful companies in high tech ventures. His focus is on businesses that require guidance and management team expertise during the initial growth stages. Companies started and acquired include Comprehensive Computer Systems, Health Information Technologies and his current company Datamark technologies Inc. specializing in electronic gift...

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