Join us November 6, 2014 for the Great Lakes Entrepreneurship Bash #5
Robert Jordan’s company, RedFlash, has been launching and growing companies and helping other entrepreneurs do the same for the past 20 years. He authored the book “How They Did It” and launched the Entrepreneurship Bash four years ago. Jordan is co-founder of the Association of Interim Executives.View profile
Joe Mansueto founded Morningstar in 1984 and has been at the helm since, growing from scratch to $3.2B in value. In 2005 Mansueto bought Inc and Fast Company. Chicago magazine listed Mansueto among its top 40 Chicago pioneers over the past four decades. In 2007, SmartMoney magazine recognized Mansueto in the “SmartMoney Power 30,” its annual list of the 30 most powerful forces in business and finance.View profile
I’m not the most visionary person in
the world, but I’m very persistent.
I’ll keep going at something until I get it right.
Quoted in How They Did It
- Really enjoyed the panel, and came away with a couple thoughts that I'll carry with me, probably always. These were cool guys and SO interesting. I could have listened a lot longer.Denise SiegelPresident, Denise Siegel Bronze
- I enjoyed hearing about the individual ways these panel members achieved success and how they overcame their 'non-successes'. I hope this panel discussion will be one of many.Jeff KrasneyIV Capital
- I've worked with start-up and early stage companies and attended scores of events, but I've never seen anything like this: successful, mature entrepreneurs talking about how they did it!Elanor HaasManaging Partner, The Calyx Group
- The speakers were very well selected. Frankly it was nice to hear some CEO's who have actually built real companies as opposed to all the startup hype with companies that have no revenue.Glenn LaumeisterCEO, PartSimple