Faculty

The following faculty members will be involved in 'SME Excellence':

Hans Crijns  Prof. dr. Hans Crijns, Director of Centre for Entrepreneurship at Vlerick Business School.
 Koen Dewettinck Prof. dr. Koen Dewettinck, Professor of Human Resources at Vlerick Business School.
 Mathieu Luypaert

Prof. dr. Mathieu Luypaert, Professor of Corporate Finance at Vlerick Business School.

Specialising in value creation through Mergers and Acquisitions. He teaches courses on corporate finance in several Masters, MBA and executive programmes.

 Frank Goedertier

Prof dr. Frank Goedertier, Professor of Marketing at Vlerick Business School.

Frank Goedertier is an expert in Brand Management and Marketing Communications. In his recent work he concentrates on developing theories to successfully engage in branding in the digital age and in developing simple marketing tactics to efficiently communicate in an information overload era.

 Miguel Meuleman

Prof. dr. Miguel Meuleman, Professor of Entrepreneurship at Vlerick Business School.

Miguel Meuleman is focusing on entrepreneurship and entrepreneurship education. He is passionate about the process and people behind new venture ideas. In his research he studies how entrepreneurs and intrapreneurs successfully identify and exploit new opportunities. He looks at different aspects of the new venture creation process: opportunity identification techniques, business model generation, managing uncertainty and financing new ventures.

 Filip Roodhooft

Prof. dr. Filip Roodhooft, Professor of Management Accounting & Control at Vlerick Business School & KULeuven.

As Research Dean he is closely involved with many research projects. In addition he specialises in Management Accounting and Total Cost of Ownership.

 Kurt Verweire

Prof. dr. Kurt Verweire, Professor of Strategy at Vlerick Business School.

His research interests include performance management, competitive strategy, corporate strategy and strategy implementation

 Frank Verzele Dr. Frank Verzele, Product Manager Entrepreneurship at Vlerick Business School.
 Deva Rangarajan Prof. dr. Deva Rangarajan, responsible for the Vlerick Sales Excellence Centre, granted the IBM Faculty Award for Sales and Marketing for his work on solution selling.
Dado Van Peteghem Dado Van Peteghem, Communication/New Media

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