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Falcone Center executive director’s blog named one of 25 most useful and interesting by Best Colleges
The Entrepreneur on Campus, a blog by Thomas Kruczek, executive director of the Falcone Center for Entrepreneurship at the Whitman School of Management at Syracuse University, has been named one of the 25 most useful and interesting business and entrepreneur blogs by Best Colleges.
Kruczek is an entrepreneur who has started, grown and sold businesses in the building materials, consulting and hospitality industries. His blog focuses on his personal opinions on business and entrepreneurship.
“It is an honor to be included in the company of these great writers/bloggers. With so much happening in entrepreneurship today, in the United States and abroad, I am seldom at a loss for topics to address on my blog,” says Kruczek.
According to Best Colleges, whether studying for a business degree or thinking of starting a business of one’s own, business and entrepreneur-related blogs can be a useful source of inspiration, insight, new ideas and networking opportunities. A number of business professors, owners, authors and entrepreneurs have taken to the blogosphere, where anyone with a computer and an Internet connection can learn from their knowledge and experience.
With literally hundreds of these types of blogs on the web, Best Colleges put together a list of the 25 most useful and interesting blogs they could find, with special emphasis on education. Best Colleges selected blogs that genuinely help the reader understand business concepts and how to be a better entrepreneur. Only blogs active in 2011 were considered for the list.