Here Christopher is joined by J. Jeffrey Inman, Associate Dean of Faculty & Research, and Ann Dugan, Assistant Dean of The Institute for Entrepreneurial Excellence.
We are proud to announce Christopher S. Musuneggi, Vice President of Business Development, recently completed the selective Entrepreneurial Fellows Program at the University of Pittsburgh’s Institute for Entrepreneurial Excellence.
CEOs, company founders and family business leaders who have achieved at least $1 million in sales are invited to join the yearlong program. The program is designed to assist entrepreneurs manage rapid growth, develop strategic plans for sustained success, network with successful entrepreneurial peers, propel their businesses to the next level and match business founders and leaders with established entrepreneurial mentors. Christopher is one of 36 graduates representing a range of businesses, including professional services, real estate and construction, retail and apparel, printing and design, and manufacturing.
The Entrepreneurial Fellows Program is part of the Institute for Entrepreneurial Excellence at the University of Pittsburgh’s Joseph M. Katz Graduate School of Business. Founded in 1993, the Institute’s mission is to be the innovative leader of economic renewal and growth serving enterprising people and businesses in the region. A dynamic economic development organization created by entrepreneurs for entrepreneurs, the Institute for Entrepreneurial Excellence at the University of Pittsburgh provides the power fueling the entrepreneurial vitality of western Pennsylvania.