USU Lectures

Select one of the following lectures to watch & take notes on:
 
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Clay Broadbent and Scott Huskinson present their history with iFrogz in this Lectures in Entrepreneurship video.

Clay received his bachelor's degree in Communications from Utah State University. He has broad work experience including sales, account development, and management. He has worked with Ford Motor Company in southern Texas, Corporate Express, an office supply and systems company, and most recently in the advertising specialty industry. Clay cofounded Reminderband, Inc. in 2004, and iFrogz in 2006 with his business partner Scott Huskinson. He has been intimately involved in all areas of both businesses with a major focus on management, vendor relations, quality control, and logistic solutions.

Scott Huskinson co-founded Reminderband Inc. -- ifrogz's parent company -- in November of 2004. In 2005, he designed the current three-part component system that makes up the unique ifrogz cases. Prior to founding Reminderband, He worked as a designer for Swank Inc., a New York-based men's accessories company, helping it brand and develop a line of retail products. He graduated from Utah State University with a bachelor's degree in marketing. Throughout his professional career, he has served on numerous community boards. Mr. Huskinson and his wife, Jenae, are proud parents of seven children.
 
 
 
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Eric received a bachelor's degree from Stanford University. He has started, acquired and sold multiple companies. He was the founder and CEO of TNT Sound which was sold in 1983; vice president of MECA Software which went public and was sold to H&R Block in 1994; and founder and President of Home Financial Network which was sold to Sybase in 2000. Early in his career, he was an investment banker with Smith Barney. As a cofounder of Dolphin Capital, Eric has been involved in the acquisition of numerous companies. He has served as CEO of Winder Farms, and sits on the boards of Ragnar Events and Dynamic Confections. He also chairs the board of the Park City Education Foundation.
 
 
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Jacque Butler, Founder and CEO, MedQuest Solutions, is a visionary entrepreneur who has created six successful companies dedicated to improving the health and longevity of individuals and families around the world. She possesses a unique ability to develop creative solutions for market needs, often before anyone else has recognized that the need exists. A talented author and speaker, Jacque is regularly asked to share her leading-edge knowledge with physicians, medial associations, and others in her field. Her business acumen led to the development of MedQuest Solutions. The company specializes in bio identical hormone replacement therapy, and provides physicians and patients with pharmaceutical services, lab work, and supplement manufacturing. In 2010, Jacque was named "Entrepreneur of the Year" in health sciences by Ernst and Young.
 
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Information Technology Leadership Speaker Series: Ted Peck
 
 
 
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Val Potter spoke to Huntsman students at an Executive Leadership Speaker Series event. View his presentation, here.
 
 
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Lectures in Entrepreneurship: Tanner Bell, Ken Jacquin, and Chris Infurchia
 
 
 
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Executive Leadership Speaker Series: Mark James
 
 
 
 
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Mike has extensive experience as a successful entrepreneur, business consultant and university professor. He is the founder and former chairman of Golden Swirl Management Company, and a founder of Northern Lights. Both companies were sold to CoolBrands International, a world leader in the frozen dessert industry. Mike has consulted with numerous corporations in the areas of business strategy, market research, organizational effectiveness and leadership development. His clients have included Associated Food Stores, The Boeing Company, Clinical Innovations, Department of Workforce Services, Esso of Inter-America, Harmon Music Group, Saudi Consolidated Services and USANA Health Sciences.

Mike has held faculty positions at the University of North Carolina, the University of Petroleum & Minerals, and Westminster College. He has designed and taught courses in business strategy, entrepreneurship, management and organizational behavior. Mike has published numerous articles in professional journals and magazines, and published two books on entrepreneurship: Glorious Accidents and The Business of Heart. He has appeared on Great Day America, First Business from Washington, The G. Gordon Liddy Show, Voice of America, Good Morning Chicago and Associated Press Radio.