20 minutes | Nov 22, 2017

Ep 6: Entrepreneur Education (Part 1): Prof. Fredric Kropp

Our next few episodes focus on entrepreneurship education, which is somewhat contentious, because a lot of discourse around the topic is built on stories of the ‘self-made founder', 'university drop out' and learning as you go. So, we’re investigating this issue of education for entrepreneurs and business owners, starting with a conversation with Professor Fredric Kropp. Fredric has been professor of entrepreneurship and innovation at Middlebury Institute of International Studies in California and also at the University of Adelaide. He also spent 20 years working with consulting firms, specialising in forecasting, marketing and policy analysis. He was educated at Northeastern University in Boston, University of Southern California and University of Oregon. We talk about key attributes of successful entrepreneurs, key fundamentals for teaching entrepreneurship, the emergence of social entrepreneurship and much more. Entrepreneurship at University of Adelaide https://ecic.adelaide.edu.au/ This podcast is brought to you by KMT Partners. KMT is a leading accounting and wealth management advisory firm in South Australia, assisting you to emerge, renew, grow and build resilience in business, themes which are central to this podcast series. For more information visit http://KMTpartners.com.au Subscribe to our mailing list: https://kmtpartners.com.au/kmt-partners-podcast-sessions-join-our-mailing-list/ KMT on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/KMTpartner/ KMT on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/kmt-partners This podcast is hosted and produced by Andrew Montesi from Apiro Media http://apiropodcasts.com
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