Faculty

In this programme, you’ll be able to meet our core faculty as well as multiple (international) practitioners. This will give you the exposure to both academic and business sides and on top of that, this enables you to share experiences and allows for more networking opportunities.
Veroniek Collewaert

Prof Veroniek Collewaert
Professor of Entrepreneurship at Vlerick Business School

Looking into the ‘darker’ sides of investor-entrepreneur relationships, Veroniek’s 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. Veroniek has developed a substantial network of entrepreneurs and angel investors in both Belgium and the USA’s Silicon Valley, where she conducted her research on conflicts between investors and entrepreneurs.
Miguel Meuleman

Prof Miguel Meuleman
Professor of Entrepreneurship at Vlerick Business School

A passionate teacher in the field of entrepreneurship, Miguel has been involved in projects to make entrepreneurship education more effective. He has launched initiatives to bridge entrepreneurship, education and design, participated in numerous consulting projects, and is the author of several case studies. Miguel is specialised in the areas of new venture creation and growth, buyouts, business model generation and entrepreneurial finance.
Walter Van Dyck

Prof Walter Van Dyck 
Associate Professor of Technology & Innovation Management at Vlerick Business School

Walter studies idea emergence, showing how inventions come about and transform into innovative business models in life science- and technology-based ecosystems. Over the last 8 years, using ‘Entrepreneurial Boot Camp’ active learning formats, Walter has coached the emergence of more than 100 innovative ideas in global and multinational companies in the life sciences, smart systems and clean technology, and their combinations.
Bart Devoldere Bart Devoldere

Bart teaches, coaches, and researches business model design at Vlerick Business School. He is specialised in how incumbents can respond appropriately to disruptions by making use of business model thinking. Bart also advises TNO on developing new business models related to breakthrough technologies.

Corneel Defrancq Corneel Defrancq

Corneel earned a Master’s degree in Commercial Engineering in 2008 (KU Leuven) and a Master’s degree in European Studies in 2009 (IEE-ULB). Since September 2010, he has been working as a researcher in Vlerick’s Accounting & Finance area. His current research focuses on the impact of corporate governance on mergers and acquisitions. Corneel is a dedicated business plan coach in various Vlerick programmes.

Cédric Donck Cédric Donck 

Cédric is an experienced entrepreneur, who launched various start-ups in the internet and communication sector. He also sold some of these start-ups to major international communication groups, such as Omnicom and WPP. Since 2011, he is a professional Business Angel and has invested in over a dozen internet companies in Brussels, Paris and Madagascar. He is also a professor of Entrepreneurship and Innovation in various universities and acts as Dean of Virtuology Academy. His fields of experience are business modeling, start-up and scale-up strategy, corporate innovation and SME financing.

Valentijn Destoop Valentijn Destoop 

Valentijn is Co-Founder and Partner Innovation & Entrepreneurship at Wonderland. With over 10 years of experience as a UX expert and creative director, he co-founded the digital product-design studio Little Miss Robot. In 2014, he co-founded Wonderland, where he helps companies explore new opportunities with design-led innovation and business-prototyping in a time of digital transformation.

Anthony De Wit Anthony De Wit 

Anthony is Managing Partner and Founding Partner of Suitcase. In 2011 he graduated at Vlerick Business School as Master in General Management and afterwards he developed a business opportunity he believed in: making men being effortlessly stylish every day, which is the core business of Suitcase. Read more about the story of Anthony here.

Bart Van der Roost Bart Van der Roost 

Bart is co-founder and CEO at NeoScores - a digital sheet music reader, cf. www.neoscores.com. He has a background as Master in Music and finished his MBA at Vlerick Business School in 2012, while he was production leader at the Brussels Philharmonic Orchestra. He combined his passion for music and business, which resulted in starting up his own business, NeoScores. You can read more about his story here.

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