Montreal (PRWEB) June 18, 2015
iGotcha Media, developers of high impact digital signage solutions and content, including video walls and wayfinding kiosks, today announced that President and Co-Founder Greg Adelstein was recently named the first-ever ‘Entrepreneur-in-Residence’ (EiR) at Concordia University’s John Molson School of Business (JMSB).
The EiR role includes participation in research, guiding student projects, acting as a guest lecturer and mentoring students. The focus of mentorship is on venture ideas, opportunities for and challenges to businesses, and advice on family businesses. The EiR position was created as part of the National Bank Initiative in Entrepreneurship and Family Business, established by a donation from the National Bank. The Initiative is run by Alexandra Dawson, PhD, Associate Professor, Department of Management, Concordia University.
“As a Concordia alumnus, I’m honored to have been named EiR at the JMSB,” says Greg Adelstein, President, iGotcha Media. “I’m looking forward to working with the students. They bring a great deal of energy and passion to their work. I hope to help inspire young entrepreneurs at Concordia and I also expect to draw a lot of inspiration from them.”
Greg Adelstein earned a BA in International Relations from Clark University in 1991, a Graduate Diploma in Sports Administration from Concordia University in 1992 and a JD in Law from Brooklyn Law School in 1996. After working with several technology start-ups in Montreal, Greg co-founded iGotcha Media in 2005.
About iGotcha Media
iGotcha Media specializes in delivering turn-key digital signage solutions, including: hardware, software, installation, content development and network management. We help businesses achieve their signage needs, generate new streams of revenue, reduce costs and gather data. iGotcha Media’s clients include: Cambridge Group of Clubs, Le Château, National Bank of Canada, Reebok, Rockport and Via Rail Canada. Headquartered in Montreal, iGotcha Media was founded in 2005. For more information, please visit http://www.igotchamedia.com.
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