Cesar Landeros, BSM ’06, PKE MBA ’14

Speaking on cable’s conservative One America News Network (OAN) about entrepreneurship and the American Dream, Cesar cited that 23 million small and medium-sized enterprises produce about 50 percent of all U.S. sales. He said that the capability to collaborate in the communities where they reside will continue to be among the factors the drive entrepreneur success; to be able to exchange information in terms of individual success, skill, talent and resources.

“We are now in the age of information and we have to embrace the transfer of information in order to become more innovative,” he said.

Cesar is founder and chief executive officer of Specialty Healthcare Management, a health care consulting firm, who is currently finishing his second degree at the Graziadio School in the Presidents and Key Executives MBA program. He appeared on OAN with fellow PKE classmate Stefan Lemperle, founder, president and chief executive officer at AscentX Medical Inc., a privately held medical technology company.

What does it take to be a successful entrepreneur in America today? A great differentiating idea, protection for your idea, the right infrastructure starting with the management team and capital, highlighted Stefan.

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Cesar Landeros, BSM ’06, PKE MBA ’14

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