Entrepreneurship Scholar in Residence
Robert H. and Beverly A. Deming Center for Entrepreneurship
Leeds School of Business, University of Colorado Boulder
Frank Moyes has broad management and operations experience, particularly internationally. For 18 years he lived in Europe where he held a variety of senior operating positions with major companies. Frank set up and managed the acquisition and new ventures department for Owens-Illinois in Geneva and ran one of its subsidiary companies. Later he was President of a manufacturing company in England for General Electric that marketed its products throughout Europe. In 1983 Frank founded Cambridge Computer Graphics, a company that develops products for the graphic arts and CAD/CAM markets. Sales were to distributors and OEM's throughout Europe and the Far East. This successful company was subsequently sold and Frank returned to the United States in 1990. Frank now works closely with start-up companies in Colorado providing management advice and investment capital.
Since 1997, Frank has been teaching Entrepreneurship courses and mentoring Leeds graduate and undergraduate teams who compete in regional, national, and international business plan competitions. He is also a member of the CU College of Music Entrepreneurship faculty and on its advisory board. As an experienced entrepreneur, patron of the arts, and a founding member of the ECM Industry Advisory Board, Frank brings a wealth of experience and understanding and focuses on translating traditional business theory and practice into a specialized curriculum to aid aspiring artists.
Frank is a member of the Executive Committee of the Deming Entrepreneurship Center of the Leeds School of Business and the Program Advisory Board of the Boulder Innovation Center. He was the recipient of the Educator of Distinction Award given by the MBA class of 2004 and 2005. He was also awarded the MBA Class of 2005 Teaching Excellence Award and the 2005 Leeds Distinguished Alumni and Service Award for his exceptional service to the Robert H. and Beverly A. Deming Center for Entrepreneurship. Frank also received the 2005 Colorado Software Industry Association Apex Award that recognizes individuals and businesses that contribute to Colorado's technology community. CSIA's Best Industry-Academia Alliance Award was presented to Frank for his continuing involvement in Colorado Front Range entrepreneurial activities.
He received an MBA from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania
and a BA from Pennsylvania State University.