Brian P. Hanlon is The Coleman Foundation Endowed Chair of Entrepreneurship & Associate Professor at North Central College where he teaches courses in Business Law and Entrepreneurship. Brian's research and industry work is primarily focused on decision-support analytics for entrepreneurial real estate development projects (residential, retail, office, leisure, mixed-use) and real estate law. Brian is also member of the Research Advisory Board of MindFolio Ltd., a London-based real estate consultancy, where he frequently contributes to projects in the U.S., Europe and Middle East.
“Guiding Residential Development through Place Attachment,” American Real Estate Society Annual Conference, (Denver CO). April 2, 2016 (with Dutton, V., Kalcher K., Griffin, J., and Clark, D.).
“The Impact of the Financial Crisis on Entrepreneurship: The Case of Greek Policies, Politics and Entrepreneurship,” United States Association for Small Business & Entrepreneurship Annual Conference, (San Diego, CA). January 11, 2016 (with Moussetis, R. & Cavenagh, T).
“Maximizing Attractiveness & Yield in Residential Master Planned Communities,” American Real Estate Society Annual Conference, (Sanibel Island, FL). April 17, 2015.
“Using Net Promoter Score in the Entrepreneurial Toolbox,” United States Association for Small Business & Entrepreneurship Annual Conference, (Ft. Worth, TX). January 11, 2014 (with Cavenagh, T.).
“Business Entities for Social Entrepreneurship Enterprises,” United States Association for Small Business & Entrepreneurship Annual Conference, (New Orleans, LA). January 13, 2012 (with Cavenagh, T. and Moussetis, R.).