Joining us today is Steve Epner. Steve has over 40 years of consulting experience. He served as “Entrepreneur in Residence” at Boeing and founded and manages the St. Louis Innovation Round table.
Steve currently works with The Gateway Venture Mentoring Service, St. Louis Regional Entrepreneurship Educators and he teaches Corporate Entrepreneurship in the MBA program at St. Louis University.
It has been said that Steve’s playful approach to business has allowed him to create supportivementoring communities throughout his career.
In this episode:
Steve discusses his feelings on how higher education could better include entrepreneurship in it’s curriculum.
Steve tells us how he uses Venture Cafe in St. Louis as a lesson tool for the students enrolled in his classes.
Steve gives us an idea on how to best get an advantage against competitors by thinking outside of the box.
Steve explains the importance of getting out of our ‘old ways’ of thinking and start thinking outside of the box in a world that is evolving ever so quickly.