From communism to capitalism: Entrepreneurship in Poland

April 15, 2013

Time: 5:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.

Location: Commerce & Finance Building, room 209

College of Business Administration
Special International Lecture

"From communism to capitalism: Entrepreneurship in Poland"

Krzysztof Wach
Associate Professor of International Entrepreneurship
Cracow University of Economics
and Jesuit University Ignatianum

  • Reception, 4 p.m., CF 118
  • Lecture, 5 p.m., CF 209

Wach will discuss the changing business climate for entrepreneurs in a formerly communist country. He has taught in American, British, Central European and Eastern European universities. His expertise and research interests focus on entrepreneurship and new venture planning, European business and international entrepreneurship. Wach is a pioneer in research on the Europeanization of businesses in Poland.

Special guest: Business Administration major Christopher Wroblewski '13 recently completed a semester abroad in Poland, as well as an internship at a bank in Warsaw. He will provide his own insights as an American student experiencing the business world in Poland.

RSVP: Unnecessary

Contact: LySandra Hill, assistant to the Dean, College of Business Administration
Phone: 313-993-1204