23 October 2013

The University of Minnesota’s “Entrepreneur of the Year”

For the week of October 27th, 2013

Imagine leaving the relative security of a career with a Fortune 500 company to start your own business from scratch. Greg Frankenfield, co-founder and CEO of St. Louis Park-based software development firm Magenic did just that. Recently, the University of Minnesota’s Carlson School of Management named him Entrepreneur of the Year. On this week’s Access Minnesota, Greg shares his experiences in launching a start-up company that has grown to 500 employees in 8 offices worldwide.

  • Guest: Greg Frankenfield, co-founder and CEO of Magenic Technologies, Inc.
  • Issues: Creating positive work environments; The challenges of entrepreneurship; The U of M’s “Minnesota Cup” competition and mentorship program

    Part 1


    Part 1

    Part 2


    Part 2

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