Living Your Passion In Business

Entrepreneurial Roundtable

November 16, 2015: 6:15 PM - 9:00 PM

Chicago Booth adjunct professor and Polsky Entrepreneur Mark Tebbe talks business discovery and the entrepreneurial ecosystem.


Illinois Institute of Technology
201 East Loop Road
Wheaton, Illinois

Event Details

Successfully offering customers something they first were unaware they even needed, but once had would never be without, is among the most exciting and rewarding entrepreneurial experiences. A result easier said than done of course, but as history shows with the right focus by no means an impossible dream.

Our speaker has decades of business accomplishments founding, guiding, and funding highly impactful technology-based enterprises. Instructing Booth's latest best and brightest generation in a systematic "D4" business creation process, he will join us to help sharpen skills for identifying the most attractive opportunities by iteratively developing customer centered ideas into a definable, testable and refinable business model truly built to last.


Chcago Booth alumni, faculty and students and Entrepreneurial Roundtable members: $15 to November 11  and then $20.

General Public: $20 to November 11, and then $25.


Register Online

You can save $5 if you register by November 11.


Deadline: 11/16/2015

Speaker Profiles

Mark Tebbe (Speaker)
Chicago Booth Adjunct Professor of Entrepreneurship

Founder of NASDAQ-listed Lante Corp. and Answers Corp. and facilitator of many firms since 1984, Mark recently succeeded J.B. Pritzker to chair ChicagoNext for World Business Chicago. In his business life, he has major roles with 1871, Chicagoland Entrepreneurial Center, Lake Capital and Merrick Ventures. His civic involvements include the Field Museum (trustee), Economic Club of Chicago and Aspen Institute. His views as a recognized industry expert on emerging technologies have been in Business Week, Fortune, and The Wall Street Journal. Mark graduated from the University Of Illinois Urbana Champaign with his BS in Computer Science.


Greg Gocek, '85 

Other Information

• Dress is business casual.