Marc H. Meyer
Robert Shillman Professor of Entrepreneurship
Matthews Distinguished Professor
Co-Director of Northeastern University Center for Entrepreneurship Education
Group Coordinator, Entrepreneurship and Innovation
PhD in Technology Management, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
MS, Sloan School, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
BA in Government and Economics, Harvard College
Professor Meyer was co-founder of VenturCom (which became Ardence and was acquired by Citrix), a leader in real-time process control and automation software. He has also been part of the startup teams for Phase2 Sotware Corporation (a distributed database applications developer), and Intervista Software (a 3D worlds developer acquired by Platinum Software), and Sentillion (single sign-on for health care, acquired by Microsoft). He has consulted in a number of industries in the area of new product strategy and platform management with companies that include IBM, Hewlett Packard, McKesson, P&G, Mars Incorporated, and BAE Systems.
Professor Meyer is widely published in the field of product, service, and business model innovation and has worked with industry leaders in computing, industrial products, and consumer products around the world. He has also taken a leadership role in developing new methods for teaching entrepreneurship and has helped numerous students start their own ventures.
Dr. Meyer is the founder of D’Amore-McKim School of Business’ Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group and Co-Director of the Center for Entrepreneurship Education, which combines education, incubation, and launch into a single, experiential learning system for undergraduate and graduate students from across the University, as well as alumni.
Professor Meyer is a member of the editorial board for the International Journal of Mass Customization, the Journal of Product Innovation Management, and Associate Editor of the Journal of the Academy of Business Education.