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Dr. Jorge Guzman is an assistant professor at the Management Division in Columbia Business School. Jorge received his PhD from the Sloan School of Management at MIT, and was previously a postdoc at the National Bureau of Economic Research (NBER) and a lecturer at MIT Sloan. His research focuses on entrepreneurship policy, regional entrepreneurship, and entrepreneurial strategy. He was previously involved in the Boston startup ecosystem, and has been an advisor to numerous startups on varied topics, and to regional and national policy agencies on the design of entrepreneurship ecosystems.
Jeremy Kagan is a growth and innovation consultant and strategic advisor to startups and digital media companies. He is the former Managing Director of the Eugene Lang Center for Entrepreneurship at Columbia Business School. Professor Kagan teaches Digital Marketing and is Faculty Director of the Digital Marketing Strategy executive education program and co-teaches the annual Lean Launchpad class, an intensive one-week boot camp with Steve Blank open to all Columbia University students. His book “Digital Marketing: Strategy and Tactics”, the first textbook for digital marketing, was published in 2018 by the Wessex Press and is now in its second edition, with international editions now available as well. His new book “Designing the Successful Corporate Accelerator” was released by Wiley in 2021.
Olivier Toubia is the Glaubinger Professor of Business at Columbia Business School. His research focuses on various aspects of innovation (including idea generation, preference measurement, and the diffusion of innovation), social networks and behavioral economics. He teaches a course on Customer-Centric Innovation and the core marketing course, in the MBA and Executive MBA programs. He received his MS in Operations Research and PhD in Marketing from MIT.
Stephen P. Zeldes is the Frank R. Lautenberg Professor of Economics and Public Policy at Columbia Business School. His research examines a wide range of applied issues in both macroeconomics and household finance, including consumer borrowing, saving, and portfolio choices, and retirement security. Professor Zeldes teaches the course “FinTech: Consumer Financial Services,” as well as an interdisciplinary course “The Psychology and Economics of Consumer Finance.” He received his PhD in economics from MIT and his bachelor’s degree in economics and applied mathematics from Brown University.