• PHONE: 617-358-1710
  • EMAIL:  gstoller@bu.edu
  • OFFICE: 303 (BSR)
  • OFFICE HOURS: By Appointment
  • ADDRESS: 143 Bay State Rd, Room 303, Boston, MA 02215

PROFILE SUMMARY

Gregory Stoller is actively involved in building entrepreneurship, experiential learning and international business programs at Boston University. He also actively mentors student teams which participate in business plan and venture capital competitions. He is the owner of a commercial real estate holding company and speaks, reads and writes 7 different languages. He holds a BS from Cornell University and MBA from Harvard Business School.

Areas of Expertise: Business Planning, International Entrepreneurship, Global Strategy

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  • CURRENT COURSESOpen or Close

    GSM MG791 C1 Ethical Leadership

    SMG SI471 A1 International Entrepreneurship

    SMG SI475 A1 Global Management Experience

  • PUBLICATIONSOpen or Close

    JOURNAL ARTICLES:

      Stoller, G. (2014). LoJack: Honing In on the Route to Strategic Success. Online Journal of International Case Analysis, 5(1), Miami.
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      Stoller, G., & John, G. (2004). Software Outsourcing in Vietnam: A Case Study of a Locally Operating Pioneer. Electronic Journal of Information Systems in Developing Countries, 17, Hong Kong.
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      Stoller, G. (2003). GoTradeSeafood.com: Reeling in the Big Catch. International Journal of Entrepreneurship / Senate Hall, Dublin.
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    BOOKS:

      Stoller, G. (2017). Foreword, The 24-Hour Turnaround (by Jeffrey Davis and Mark Cohen). 1. Cupertino: Happy About.
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      Stoller, G. (2005). Strategies in Entrepreneurial Finance with Accompanying Case Studies. Cleveland: Northcoast Publishers.
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    OTHER PUBLICATIONS:

      Stoller, G. (2017). Four Asian Business Trends Happening in Real Time. Boston: Founderswire.com.
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      Stoller, G. (2017). 4 Lessons for Winning VC Funding. New York: Fortune.com.
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      Stoller, G. (2016). Lost Art of Business Training. Boston: Founderswire.com.
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      Stoller, G. (2016). ViewPoint: Lessons learned from Boston entrepreneurs. Boston: Boston Business Journal.
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      Stoller, G. (2016). What I Learned about Business being a TV Show Host. Boston: Founderswire.com.
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      Stoller, G. (2016). Using Global Ethics as Strategic Advantage. Boston: Founderswire.com.
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      Stoller, G. (2016). Style Always Adds to a Winning Hand. Boston: Founderswire.com.
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      Stoller, G. (2016). Learning from China's Entrepreneurs. Irvine: Entrepreneur.com .
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      Stoller, G. (2016). Teamwork: The Power of Won. Boston: Founderswire.com.
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      Stoller, G. (2016). Overcome these 3 common business struggles. Boston: Founderswire.com.
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      Stoller, G. (2016). 'Pride and Prejudice': The Increasing Competitiveness of Foreign Students. Irvine: Entrepreneur.com.
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      Stoller, G. (2015). Just Like a Fine Wine, Business Acumen Gets Better With Age. Irvine: Entrepreneur.com.
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      Stoller, G. (2015). Case studies for International Entrepreneurship Textbook.(3rd), : Sage Publishing.
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      Stoller, G. (2015). "Thank you" for Your Lessons, Coach,. Needham: Language of Business Blog.
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      Stoller, G. (2015). Business Trip “to do list” item #18: Technology back-up plan. Needham: Language of Business Blog.
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      Stoller, G. (2014). Playing with Fireball. Brookline: Health Business Blog.
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      Stoller, G. (2014). Does your Elevator Pitch Really Floor the Audience?. 39. Boston: Boston Business Journal.
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      Stoller, G. (2014). Pound the pavement to get a leg up on your competition. 23. Boston: Boston Business Journal.
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      Stoller, G., & Stoller, G. (2014). Giving Away Precious Time: Priceless. 39. Boston: Boston Business Journal.
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      Stoller, G. (2014). Re-thinking in China. Needham: Language of Business Blog.
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      Stoller, G. (2013). Banking on Global Commerce. 30. Boston: Boston Business Journal.
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      Stoller, G. (2013). Raising the Bar for Entrepreneurs. 34.: Boston Business Journal.
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      Stoller, G. (2013). Leaving Nails Sticking Up. 30.: Boston Business Journal.
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      Stoller, G. (2011). Mirror on Japan. Ithaca: Cornell University Hotel School of Administration Quarterly Alumni Magazine.
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      Stoller, G. The Imperial Hotel: Global Growth and Traditional Hospitality. Boston

      Stoller, G. Frost Ice Bar: Hot opening and something cool in Boston.

      Stoller, G. Marugal Distinctive Hotel Management... Boutique Style.

      Stoller, G. Thinking “BIG” in China: Developing and Launching Beijing International Group.

      Stoller, G. Silicon Sensing Systems: Exploring the Future. Boston

      Stoller, G. Would you like Squid Ink with that? Wendy’s in Japan. Boston

  • RESEARCH PRESENTATIONSOpen or Close

    INVITED LECTURES:

      Stoller, G. (Author Only). Entrepreneurial Management: Starting, Innovating, and Managing Small-, Medium-, and Large-Sized Ventures, Entrepreneurship and Business Planning, Prof. Istvan Bonyhay, Boston, MA. (June 26, 2017).

      Stoller, G. (Author Only). BUCG General Meeting, Preparing for Case Style Interviews, BU Consulting Group, Questrom, Room 220. (February 7, 2017).

      Stoller, G. (Discussant). BU BUzz Lab Business Plan Bootcamp, Business Plan Bootcamp, BU BUzz Lab, Hariri Building. (November 12, 2016).

      Stoller, G. (Discussant). Clean Energy Corps, Entrepreneurship and Engineering, Clean Energy Corps, Boston, Massachusetts. (August 10, 2016).

      Stoller, G. (Discussant). BU BUzz Lab Business Plan Bootcamp, Business Plan Bootcamp, BUzz Lab, Hariri Building. (April 2, 2016).

      Stoller, G. (Chair). Insights from the Financial Sector at Career Development Committee Networking Breakfast, Insights from the Financial Sector, Rivers School, Boston, MA. (October 20, 2015).

      Stoller, G. (Discussant). Management Accounting: 3 city tour in China, Management Accounting and International Entrepreneurship, Chinese Management Accounting Association, Beijing, Kunming, Shanghai: China. (August 24, 2015).

    OTHER PRESENTATIONS:

      Stoller, G. (Author Only). BU International Business Club Meeting, Global Strategic Concepts, BU International Business Club, Boston, MA. (February 2, 2016).

  • GENERAL SERVICEOpen or Close

    SERVICE TO THE SCHOOL:

      International, Boston University, Workshop Organizer, College of Engineering. (October 7, 2016 - October 7, 2016).
      Case interview workshop for Engineering students


      Local, QST, Strategy & Innovation Department, Course Coordinator, S&I Department, Graduate Entrepreneurship Club. (September 1, 2015 - May 31, 2016).
      Hosted the Venture Capital Investment Competition for Questrom MBAs


    SERVICE TO THE PROFESSION:

      Regional, Professional/To the Academy, Judge for Business Ideas, Mass Challenge. (April 1, 2016 - April 25, 2016).
      Mass Challenge judge for 1st round applications.


  • CONFERENCE ACTIVITIESOpen or Close

      International Entrepreneurship, Donghua University, Innovation and International Entrepreneurship, Committee Chair. (March 6, 2017 - March 6, 2017).

      International Entrepreneurship Panel, Wuerzburg University, Major obstacles that entrepreneurs face, Panelist. (June 2, 2017 - June 2, 2017).

      Entrepreneurship Speaking Series, BU BUzz Lab, Maximizing Entrepreneurial Success, Post-Funding, Committee Chair. (February 21, 2017 - February 21, 2017).

      Sino Entrepreneurship Summit, BUSES, Business Plan Competition, Panelist. (April 29, 2017 - April 29, 2017).

      Entrepreneurship Speaking Series, BU BUzz Lab, Day in the Life of an Entrepreneur, Committee Chair. (April 25, 2017 - April 25, 2017).

      Entrepreneurship Speaking Series, BU BUzz Lab, Preparing your company for entrepreneurial financing and growth, Committee Chair. (September 22, 2016 - September 22, 2016).

      Venture Accelerator 8-week Program, BU Venture Accelerator, Pricing and Distribution Overview, Panelist. (October 27, 2016 - October 27, 2016).

      Managing Established Companies with an Entrepreneurial Mindset, Rivers School, Panel Discussion, Committee Chair. (October 20, 2016 - October 20, 2016).

      Entrepreneurship Speaking Series, BU BUzz Lab, Entrepreneurship in Corporations, Committee Chair. (November 3, 2016 - November 3, 2016).

      US China Innovation and Investment Summit, US China Innovation Alliance (G51 Amplify), Home and Away: Crossborder Innovation, Committee Chair. (May 16, 2016 - May 17, 2016).

      5th Annual Deshpande Symposium for Innovation, University of Massachusetts, Lowell, International Entrepreneurship Pedagogy, Committee Chair. (June 14, 2016 - June 14, 2016).

  • AWARDS AND HONORSOpen or Close

    Broderick Award for Outstanding Faculty Contribution to the Graduate Community and Programs, Questrom School of Business, Teaching. (May 19, 2017).

    Support for Questrom graduate students with Case Competitions


    Favorite Elective Professor Nomination, Full time MBA class of 2016, Teaching. (May 6, 2016).
    Student nominated award for excellence in teaching.


    Professor of Excellence Nomination, PEMBA graduating class of 2016, Teaching. (May 6, 2016).
    Student nominated award for teaching excellence.


    Teaching Fellow, Susilo Institute for Ethics in the Global Economy, Teaching. (May 6, 2016).
    Develop new curriculum around social action, social responsibility and ethics with external entrepreneurs for 2nd year full-time MBA students. The Susilo Institute develops ethical capacity in today’s and tomorrow’s global business decision-makers to lead with integrity, inspire courage through action, and to use their voices boldly to impact their organizations and the world. It will activate this mission in the context of cross-cultural relationships, with a focus at its inception on understanding, appreciating and learning from both Eastern and Western perspectives.


  • MEDIA MENTIONS/INTERVIEWSOpen or Close

    BROADCAST (E.G. TV, RADIO)

      US Relationship with China, 2/1/2017, CBS Radio. See Web Page

    ONLINE

      2017’s Best & Worst Small Cities to Start a Business, 4/17/2017, wallethub.com. See Web Page

      Ask the Experts: Best Business-Credit-Card Practices, 4/27/2017, Wallethub.com. See Web Page

      Remote Workers Need Backups for their Backups, 4/4/2017, Sophaya. See Web Page

      Students Turn Chinese Executives for a Week, 2/2/2017, Questrom Communications Department. See Web Page

      America’s Seltzer Obsession Shows No Signs of Fizzling, 9/2/2016, Boston Magazine. See Web Page

      Getting a Taste for Global Business, 4/6/2016, Boston University. See Web Page

      Is the Boston Wellness Industry Over- Saturated?, 4/27/2016, Boston Magazine. See Web Page

      How Are You Spending Spring Break?, 3/4/2016, Boston University. See Web Page

      As Boomers Retire, Companies Prepare Millennials for Leadership Roles, 1/21/2016, Bloomberg. See Web Page

      Breaking down Netflix’s big reveal: The birth of a global internet TV network, 1/7/2016, Stream Daily. See Web Page