New Entrepreneurship and International Business Case Studies completed


New Entrepreneurship and International Business Case Studies completed

Congratulations to graduate business students and recent grads Karen Bender and Helen Shteynberg. They did outstanding work, respectively, on the Acumeny and Sleepbox case studies.  These will be used in my International Entrepreneurship and Managing New Ventures courses next semester.  Both cases were just signed off by the entrepreneurs last week.

Our next projects will be to study a concrete company where 100% of its sales are in a different country. The next one will be a new company leveraging optical technology and finally what happens to a “start-up” its team after it’s sold to a larger entity. (Many thanks to Steve Snyder for his help with some of these projects, by the way).

In terms of the company backgrounds:

Acumeny: Acumeny is the investment benchmark by which all early stage startups will be evaluated. Introducing the world’s only rating platform… that standardizes the process of evaluating early stage startups. Weidentify high potential investment opportunities with the greatest likelihood of success.

Designed for all levels of investors, Acumeny provides the perfect combination of: Crowd Expertise and Machine Learning to identify outstanding startups looking for investment.

Sleepbox: At Sleepbox, we imagine a world where creative, collaborative, and self-driven individuals discover their full potential by integrating work, life, and creative experiences. We know that by removing boundaries we all explore our potential to actualize our health, happiness, and creativity. By integrating a wealth of experiences, we empower personal development by growing toward the best versions of ourselves.

We hdeveloped Sleepbox to facilitate everyone working and living at their peak levels. We achieve success by increasing the degree and quality of work-life integration, and by providing the flexibility to find the dynamic balance in our daily lives.

New Entrepreneurship and International Business Case Studies completed

About Author

Greg Stoller is actively involved in building entrepreneurship and international business programs at Boston University in the Questrom School of Business. He teaches courses in entrepreneurship, global strategy and management and runs the Asian International Management Experience Program, and the Asian International Consulting Project.

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