Faculty

In this programme, you’ll be able to meet our core faculty as well as multiple (international) practitioners. This exposes you to both academic and business perspectives − and on top of that, you can share a wide range of experiences and benefit from more networking opportunities.
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.
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.
Fredrik Hacklin

Prof Fredrik Hacklin
Professor of Entrepreneurship at Vlerick Business School

Fredrik is specialized in strategic entrepreneurship and innovation, with particular focus on challenges associated with digital disruption, industry reconfiguration and their implications for firm strategy.
Peter De Prins

Prof Peter De Prins
Professor of Change & Leadership at Vlerick Business School

Peter is a passionate teacher and executive coach, delivering inspiring experiences and taking you on a journey of impactful insights that ultimately result in an increase of your personal and professional performance. Peter teaches change management, leadership and and focuses on the practical use of theoretical and academic models, making use of group-participation and collaborative learning.
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.

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