Interview with Randy Komisar, Author and VC on iteration and finding your way.
Serial Entrepreneur and Early Stage Investor, Robin Klein Shares Lessons Learned with London Business School’s MBA Students
Robin joined the London office of Index Ventures in April 2010 as a Venture Partner. He is a founding partner of The Accelerator Group, a seed investment company specialising in e-commerce, digital media and Internet services. He is currently Chairman of Quickbridge (Wonga), Moo and MyBuilder and sits on the boards of Bill Monitor, EDITD, [...]
David Soskin, who led a buyout of Cheapflights.com in 2000 shares his story at London Business School
Founded by travel journalist John Hatt, Cheapflights pioneered the travel Search Engine (TSE) concept in 1996. Following a management buy-in in early 2000 by entrepreneurs David Soskin and Hugo Burge, Cheapflights introduced the pay-per-click (PPC) online advertising remuneration model, the first vertical search travel price comparison site to do so.The then pioneering concept continues to [...]
John Mullins is an Associate Professor of Management Practice in Entrepreneurship and Marketing at the London Business School. He earned his MBA at the Stanford Graduate School of Business and his Ph.D. at the University of Minnesota. An award-winning teacher and scholar, John brings to his teaching and research 20 years of executive experience in [...]
Successful serial entrepreneur, Hugh Chappell shares his story with London Business School MBA students
Hugh Chappell has worked in the IT and publishing industry since 1976. He worked for Apple Computer in the UK from 1979 when the personal computer industry was in its infancy. In 1985 he established Taxan (Europe) Ltd, a wholly owned subsidiary of Kaga Electronics, Japan. In an 18 month period at the helm the [...]
Bernard Liautaud on how he launched and grew a small French technology startup into a NASDAQ-listed multinational with 6,700 employees, 45,000 customers and $1.5 billion of annual revenue
Bernard Liautaud on how he launched and grew a small French technology startup into a NASDAQ-listed multinational with 6,700 employees, 45,000 customers and $1.5 billion of annual revenue.
Professor John Mullins, Associate Professor of Management Practice at London Business School and co-author of “Getting to Plan B” shares 5 ways to create a business model that works.
Strategic Imitation. Associate Professor Freek Vermeulen
Professor John Mullins of London Business School discusses how to obtain early insights around the viability of your new business idea.
In the third of a three part podcast series Donald Sull, Associate Professor of Management Practice in Strategic and International Management, talks about how to put the notion of a strategy loop into practice in an organisation.