- Take the fear factor out of running your business
- Ways to increase profitability.
- Business plans and strategy
- Revenue stream models
D. Anthony Miles, Ph.D., a leading expert in the areas of entrepreneurial risk, entrepreneurship, and business model development.
He has many years in the retail industry and banking and financial services industry.
He has held positions with fortune 500 companies such as PAC Incorporated, Wells Fargo Bank, Reliance Acceptance Corporations, CitiFinancial, (a subsidiary of Citigroup Bank), and H.E.B. Grocery Store Chain.
He has four business certifications:
Management Consultant Professional (MCP)™ ;
Registered Business Analyst (RBA)™ ;
Certified Chartered Marketing Analyst (CMA)™ ;
Master Business Consultant (MBC)™ .
He has worked with several start-up ventures and small businesses on business risk, business plans, entity formation, and market research.
He has developed a business plan and strategic plan for a former military base that was under Base Realignment Closure (BRAC).
He conducted research on minority contract awards trends with the City’s Government’s Economic Development Department.
Has a BBA degree in Marketing.
He obtained an M.B.A., in International Business/Management.
Ph.D., M.B.A., in Entrepreneurship and General Business.
He was selected as one of 17 U.S. distinguished Ph.D. scholars in Entrepreneurship for the United States Association for Small Business and Entrepreneurship (USASBE) Doctoral Consortium;
Fellowship/Scholarship for Doctoral Research in Entrepreneurship;
He won the “Student Recognition Award for Teaching Excellence” School of Business.
Miles has been published on the following journals:
Southern Business and Economic Journal.
Journal of Business and Entrepreneurship.
Academy of Business Research Journal.
Dr Miles is also the author of the following books:
Entrepreneurship and Risk: The Five Forces of Entrepreneurial Risk: Forces That Cause Business Failure and Discontinuance,
Books by D. Anthony Miles, Ph.D., M.B.A.
- Risk Factors and Business Models: Understanding the Five Forces of Entrepreneurial Risk and the Causes of Business Failure