CSE, ULAB BBA organize event with Larry Sullivan
Larry Sullivan is a serial entrepreneur passionate about using entrepreneurship as a force for social good
Center for Enterprise and Society (CES) and ULAB BBA recently organized an event titled ‘Entrepreneurship as a Force for Good and Social Improvement' with Larry Sullivan as the keynote speaker at ULAB Permanent Campus.
The event was held on Wednesday (February 8).
The event started with the opening remarks of Professor Imran Rahman, vice chancellor, ULAB, reads a press release on Tuesday.
At the event, Larry gave a short presentation about himself and COINS, followed by some interesting Q&A from the Undergrad students of ULAB as well as the faculty members.
Larry Sullivan is a serial entrepreneur passionate about using entrepreneurship as a force for social good.
Until very recently Larry was Chairman and founder of COINS; a global software solutions company that started over 30 years ago and now with over 400 staff in offices in the UK/USA/Australia and Dubai.
He is also a founder of five other niche market software houses, including one in Poland and one in Russia.
His past directorships include CSBI SA (Poland), Computerland Poland, CSBI EE (Russia), CSB Meridian, and Matrix Ventures.
Until sold Larry was Chairman of Total Objects, a software supplier to the insurance market.