Midwest Entrepreneurs is a marketplace-based seminar style experience for students interested in learning about entrepreneurship from actual practicing entrepreneurs; 20-25 guest speakers per semester. Students comparatively analyze various aspects of a diverse array of businesses and demonstrate an understanding of how entrepreneurs effectively integrate marketing, management, and finance in order to create and continually enhance value for customers, shareholders, employees, and other stakeholders. We strive to have as wide a diversity of perspectives as possible; in terms, for example, of industry, lifecycle stage of business, and level of entrepreneurial experience.
Class instructor Terrance G. Gabel is an Associate Professor in the Department of Political Economy and Commerce at Monmouth College. Originally from Keokuk, Iowa, Dr. Gabel earned his BBA (Marketing) from the University of Iowa, his Master of Science degree (Marketing) from Texas A&M University, and his Ph.D. (Marketing) from the University of Memphis. He possesses three years of business-to-business sales experience, one year of executive-level marketing management experience for a heavy industrial international trade services firm, and one year of product management experience for a large banking organization. He was also a freelance business writer and consultant for approximately three years.
Terrance G. Gabel, Ph.D.
Department of Political Economy and Commerce
700 East Broadway
Monmouth IL 61462-1998