Shefsky Discusses Entrepreneurs in Several Articles
Taft attorney Lloyd E. Shefsky published two articles on entrepreneurs, "Money is Fungible; Capital Sources Are Not" (Jan. 12) and "Watch, Listen, Learn: How Entrepreneurs Gain Skills Through Observation" (Feb. 10), and was quoted in the Feb. 11 Upstart Business Journal article "The reinventors: They re-did it their way."
Shefsky advises entrepreneurs on a broad range of legal, financial and business matters and is a Clinical Professor of Entrepreneurship at Kellogg School of Management. In 1995, he was awarded the Entrepreneur of the Year Award from Ernst & Young, Inc. and Merrill Lynch for his work supporting entrepreneurs in the Midwest. In addition, he has served, by gubernatorial appointment, on the board of the prestigious Illinois Institute of Entrepreneurship Education.
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