Faculty

The following faculty members will be involved in 'Developing New Business Opportunities':

Veroniek Collewaert 

Prof Veroniek Collewaert is Professor of Entrepreneurship at Vlerick Business School. Looking into the “darker” sides of investor-entrepreneur relationships her goal is to make both parties less naive in their dealings with each other and to teach them how to make the most out of their partnership. She also applies these insights in big organisations to support intrapreneurship. More recently she has further developed her interest in social entrepreneurship.

 Miguel Meuleman Prof Miguel Meuleman teaches entrepreneurship at Vlerick Business School. He is specialised in strategy for entrepreneurs and the establishment of new companies. He is member of the investment committee of the Ark Angel fund, which provides funding for start-up companies.

In addition to our core faculty we invite multiple (international) practitioners to share their experience.

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