Musser Award Winners discuss changes in entrepreneurship
In a live taping of a TV interview at Temple University on Nov. 15, CNBC’s Tyler Mathisen (at right) discussed entrepreneurship and philanthropy with this year’s Fox School of Business and Management Musser Award for Excellence in Leadership winner, Gerry Lenfest (at left), and Warren V. (Pete) Musser.
|(Photo by Lisa Godfrey)
Mathisen began the questioning, asking if entrepreneurship is easier or harder than it was in the past.
“Fox students are well trained, and the Internet allows them to start a business with less money,” said Musser, the chairman and CEO of the Musser Group, and first recipient of the award.
Lenfest, founder of the former Suburban Cable, now part of Comcast Corp., agreed.
“Taking into consideration the Internet, entrepreneurship has become quicker and easier,” he said.
- Rebecca C. Carroll
For the Fox School of Business and Management