Webinar in International Entrepreneurship
Enhancing Digital Globalization Content in the International Entrepreneurship Course
An International Business Workshop
Hosted by: Georgia State University CIBER and CIBER MSI Consortium
Led by: Institute for International Business and CIBER, University of Colorado Denver
Thursday, May 12, 2022
11:00 am - 12:30 pm (ET) / 9:00 am – 10:30 am (MT)
Hosted via Zoom
Information to join the workshop will be sent following registration
Dr. Manuel G. Serapio, Associate Professor of International Business and Entrepreneurship, Business School; Faculty Director, Institute for International Business and CIBER, University of Colorado Denver
Sarah Carroll, Founder and CEO, Grow Global (United Kingdom)
Julie Tracy Lockwood, Associate Partner, IBM Consulting; Lecturer, MS International Business Program, Business School, University of Colorado Denver
This webinar is the second of a two-part webinar focusing on International Entrepreneurship. A webinar on International Entrepreneurship research will be held on Thursday, May 5, 2022 (11:00-12:30 pm ET).
About the Workshop
For the past 15 years, CU Denver’s Institute for International Business Education and Research (IIB-CIBER) has conducted international business workshops on the design and development of the international entrepreneurship course, including leading the International Entrepreneurship thematic session in Georgia State University CIBER’s IB Pedagogy Workshop.
Drawing on our experience at CU Denver’s IIB-CIBER and Business School, we will highlight approaches for enhancing the digital globalization content of the international entrepreneurship course and Master of Science in International Business program. We will focus on two key topics: (1) global e-commerce and (2) Blockchain and Emerging Technologies impacting international entrepreneurship.
In this workshop, you will learn:
About the Speakers
Manuel G. Serapio, Ph.D. is Associate Professor of International Business and Entrepreneurship at the Business School, University of Colorado Denver. He serves as Faculty Director, Institute for International Business and Center for International Business Education and Research (CIBER). In his role as Faculty Director, Dr. Serapio has led CU Denver CIBER’s International Entrepreneurship and Digital Globalization initiatives. Professor Serapio is co-author of International Entrepreneurship (with Antonella Zucchella and Birgit Hagen, Edward Elgar, 2018 and forthcoming, 2022). In collaboration with Dr. Patricia McDougall-Covin, Dr. Serapio co-developed and has facilitated the Faculty Development in International Entrepreneurship Program, an IB pedagogy workshop held in Denver, Atlanta, Cleveland, Bangalore, Seoul, Copenhagen, and Kuala Lumpur, and attended by over 500 faculty members and doctoral students from 30+ countries. He co-leads with Dr. Nicole Coviello the 2022 Faculty Development in International Entrepreneurship program to be held on July 10-13, 2022 in Waterloo, Canada.
Sarah Carroll, MPhil, is Founder and CEO of Grow Global, a consultancy specializing in global e-commerce. As a leading expert in global e-commerce, she has propelled thousands of individual entrepreneurs and companies on their international digital journey. She has consulted for multiple e-commerce projects for the UN in Rwanda, Kenya, Ghana, Nigeria, Zambia, Jordan, and the UK. Dozens of organizations have hosted workshops and lectures by Ms. Carroll, including HSBC, Google London, Barclays, Banco Santander, Invest Northern Ireland, UK Trade and Investment, Department of International Trade and others.
Her book, Grow Fast, Grow Global: 6 steps to unstoppable international growth in the digital age is an Amazon UK #1 bestseller. Ms. Carroll received her MPhil IT and BSC in European Management Science from Swansea University.
Julie Tracy Lockwood, MBA, MS in International Business, is Associate Partner with IBM Consulting with oversight of the company’s technology platforms and supply chain assets. She manages products for IBM built on IBM Cloud and has led IBM initiatives on Blockchain in the global supply chain. The technology her team builds services the consumer goods, manufacturing and distribution, food processing, and medical and telecom industries. At CU Denver’s CIBER and MS International Business program, she leads the Digital Globalization Instructional Faculty and Business Practice Group and is an adjunct lecturer in the Business School’s MS in International Business program. She received her undergraduate business degree from the Ohio State University and graduate degrees from the Business School, University of Colorado Denver.