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Not all entrepreneurs have the same pathway to success, face the same challenges or go through the same situations. It’s very hard nowadays to find experiences that can relate to all Startup Founders when you live outside of Silicon Valley and don’t have access to privileged networks.
Felipe Massa is a writer and professor at the Loyola College of Business at Loyola University. He is very passionate about helping entrepreneurs, which led him to share his vast knowledge in his book called Entrepreneurship in the Wild, where he offers a learn-by-doing guide to entrepreneurship that balances practical advice with rigorous academic content.
Startup founders can often have a tough time trying to find the right approach to succeed, resources may not be accessible for them and that can lead to business failure. Knowing where and how to start your business and finding the right resources is critical to the development of your startup. Are you interested in learning key insights to successful entrepreneurship development? Then this conversation is for you.
Felipe G. Massa
Felipe Massa is a writer and professor at the Loyola College of Business at Loyola University. He graduated with a Master’s Degree and Ph.D. in Organization Studies from Boston College and garnered several years of experience in the banking, software, and translation industries. He teaches entrepreneurship, organizational behavior, strategy, and consulting to undergraduate and graduate students.
His research investigates the formation of innovative entities, practices, and ideas in diverse settings. His work has appeared in various prestigious outlets, including the Academy of Management Journal, Administrative Science Quarterly, Organization Science, Organization Studies, Journal of Business Ethics, among other leading publications.
Current Company: Loyola University of New Orleans
Felipe has worked for 9+ years at the Loyola University of New Orleans, he currently is the Faculty Director of the Center for Entrepreneurship and Community Development, where he manages the curriculum for Entrepreneurship programs across the University at the undergraduate and graduate levels.
He also works as a Guest Instructor at The Idea Village, a non-profit organization dedicated to engaging community members of Greater New Orleans to embrace innovation, entrepreneurship, and new thinking.
His passion to help entrepreneurs led him to share his vast knowledge in his book called Entrepreneurship in the Wild where he offers a learn-by-doing guide to entrepreneurship that balances practical advice with rigorous academic content.