Dan Goldberg is the founder of the national optical retail chain For Eyes, along with its ancillary businesses, which include an optical manufacturing facility and an export/import enterprise. He is also the founder of Goldberg Strunk and Levy, an international management, marketing, advertising, and public relations firm; Atrun Oil and Gas, an oil and gas exploration and production joint venture between American entities and the Russian government; and Dan Goldberg Consulting, LLC. Goldberg has been interviewed about his unique sales approach by national media from coast to coast. He is the author of three books, including "The Entrepreneur’s Guide to Successful Leadership." In addition, he served as the chairman of the Deans’ Boards at the Kutztown University College of Business and the Drexel University School of Public Health. He also helped to develop and chaired the entrepreneurship and innovation (ENTI) intercollege minor board at Penn State Abington, where he served as lead faculty member for ENTI from 2014 to 2018. Today, Goldberg serves as the academic director of the business management major at Temple University. He has taught at Penn State and Temple since 2008 and has helped countless students with their entrepreneurial dreams as both a mentor and guide.
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About the Flemming Creativity, Entrepreneurship and Economic Development Center
The Flemming Creativity, Entrepreneurship and Economic Development (CEED) Center is located within the Gaige Technology and Business Innovation Building at Penn State Berks. The mission of the Flemming CEED Center is to inspire an entrepreneurial spirit and innovative thinking in the Penn State Berks community. The Center seeks to foster economic growth and development in the Greater Reading area through technology-based solutions, human capital development, and enterprise creation.