Moore, Roberts Lead Arts Entrepreneurship Roundtable for Small Business Council

| June 28, 2013

Two Webster University representatives recently headed to the International Council of Small Business’ (ICSB) annual conference to cover a hot topic for Webster, one that had never received such extensive consideration from the ICSB before: Entrepreneurship in the Arts.


Caprice Moore, director of Operations for the George Herbert Walker School of Business & Technology, and Joseph Roberts, the newly appointed director of the Entrepreneurship Program, led “Separating Fact from Fiction: A Roundtable Discussion to define Entrepreneurship in the Arts: A Pedagogical Trajectory.

Now in the 58th year of the annual conference, this is the very first time the ICSB has dedicated an entire track to Entrepreneurship in the Arts. The track was sponsored by The Puerto Rico Conservatory of Music.


As track chair and presenter, Roberts presented pedagogical constructs and Moore discussed the challenges faced by faculty from pedagogical and curriculum assessment and administrative perspectives.

Moore, who is a doctoral candidate in Webster’s doctorate of management program, also participated in the ICSB doctoral consortium with other doctoral candidates from several countries researching entrepreneurship constructs.

More information can be found on ICSB website.

More information on Webster University’s Certificate in Entrepreneurship can be found at

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