Kent MBA students on the Entrepreneurship elective recently benefited from a series of lectures by visiting academic Dirk Libaers, Associate Professor of Entrepreneurship & Innovation from D’Amore-McKim School of Business, Northeastern University, Boston.
Twenty MBA students gained real-world insight into entrepreneurship through a series of lectures, case studies and workshops. During the programme, Professor Libaers’ explored the emergence and development of the discourse of enterprise and its impact on entrepreneurial behaviour.
As an esteemed academic in new product development, technology commercialization and High-Tech Entrepreneurship, Kent Business School was proud to host Professor Libaers. As Dr Pamela Yeow, MBA Programme Director comments:
“It’s crucial that our MBA students have access to a wide range of knowledge and experience during their course. As a leading academic in entrepreneurship, Professor Libaers’ expertise was highly valuable to our students.”