Bradley University's Chad Stamper was recently consulted by CNBC News because of his entrepreneurial expertise to help the network put together the 50 most disruptive companies of 2016.
CNBC’s Disruptor 50 marks the fourth annual list that features privately owned start-ups with progressive thinking that have discovered exploitable niches in the marketplace and could possibly become billion-dollar businesses. Uber was at the top of this year’s list.
Stamper was among 34 academics with expertise in innovation and entrepreneurship selected by CNBC to help compile the list. He is the current director of technology commercialization at Bradley’s Small Business Development Center and is a technology commercialization and entrepreneurship professional. Stamper has more than 10 years of experience in producing new products and helping launch companies.
Among the experts were representatives from Yale, Dartmouth, Northwestern and Babson.