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Kevin   Mulcahy


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​Kevin teaches within the graduate program of the Entrepreneurship Division at Babson. He teaches classes in the MBA program on the theory and practice of Entrepreneurship, and has been a faculty advisor for several programs focused on bringing entrepreneurial thought to workplace and industry problems. Kevin has advised and coached student teams in the Global Entrepreneurship, Executive Education, and Summer Venture programs. Kevin is a frequent speaker within and outside academia on Market Intelligence planning and strategies for audiences in Europe, the Middle East, and the USA.

As a Practice Leader, at Fuld & Company, a preeminent firm in global competitive and market intelligence, Kevin spent four and a half years as the head of the Technology and Diversified Industries Practice, where he led multiple assignments global technology and consumer good clients on market-entry strategy, market intelligence, competitive intelligence, scenario planning and war-gaming. He has led numerous strategy and executive leadership sessions for clients globally.

As an Entrepreneur, Kevin spent five years as the founder and CEO of a multi-country global telecom reseller, predominantly serving the Japanese and Latin American markets. Following the build-out of sales offices in Argentina, Brazil, Columbia, Japan and South Africa, he successfully sold the company to his largest supplier.

As a Corporate Strategist, Kevin held executive roles at Sprint Corporate and Sprint International with responsibilities for strategy development, business planning, contingency planning and global strategic partnerships. Prior to Sprint, he spent four years as a management consultant with Gemini Consulting.

Kevin received his BA degree from Trinity College Dublin, Ireland in Management Science and Industrial Systems Studies. He also holds an MBA in Strategy and Operations from Boston College, USA. He has been active on the boards of small companies in Japan, Ireland and the US and is an avid international traveller, and independent theatre and film festival supporter.