"Charting a Pathway to Recovery: Strategies for Small Business Owners"
David Choi, Ph.D.
Professor of Entrepreneurship
Tuesday, June 9
11 a.m. - 12 p.m. PDT
Recovery is the first step toward a renaissance or a rebirth of something new. The goal of recovery is to emerge stronger, smarter and better prepared for an uncertain future. In this timely webinar, Professor David Choi will discuss the current climate for small businesses amid the COVID-19 crisis, and share examples of companies that have responded well. He will outline strategies that small business owners and entrepreneurs can adopt to 1) successfully navigate the current challenges in the marketplace and 2) position themselves to come out of the crisis with renewed focus and a clear path forward.
Dr. David Y. Choi has had an active career as an academic, consultant and entrepreneur over the last 20 years. Dr. Choi has been a faculty member at LMU since 2003 and is director of the nationally-ranked Fred Kiesner Center for Entrepreneurship. He has taught undergraduate and MBA courses in entrepreneurship, entrepreneurial finance, social entrepreneurship and technology management at LMU as well as other institutions around the world including Peking University and Korea University. Dr. Choi is a winner of a national teaching award from the United States Association of Business and Entrepreneurship (USABE). He has been featured or quoted in many business publications, including The Wall Street Journal, Los Angeles Times, Fortune, Los Angeles Business Journal and Business2.0, among others. Dr. Choi has started, run, or owned businesses in several industries including biotechnology, software, financial services and foods.