Create engagement in the art & science of venture funding, in hopes to contribute to international collaboration & an entrepreneurial mindset.

Job Andreoli is senior lecturer finance and PhD candidate entrepreneurial finance and leads the Nyenrode Incubator in Amsterdam. Job enjoys linking theory to practice, bringing the outside world in and stimulating discussion in his classes. In addition he appreciates the engagement of entrepreneurs and supports their market success where possible. His research focusses on how market discipline may be leveraged to enhance private Venture Capital performance.

Job teaches courses on entrepreneurial finance, private equity, strategy and business planning. In addition, he is on the advisory board of a venture capital firm. His areas of interest are finance, strategy and entrepreneurship.

Prior to joining Nyenrode, Job gained extensive business experience. He worked as a strategy consultant for Ernst & Young (EY) and Capgemini and was responsible for setting up the Strategy & Innovation practice of Atos Consulting. He has also been involved in a number of start-ups and working with small and medium-sized companies that tend towards financial distress.

Job holds a Master of Science in Strategic Management from Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University and an MSc degree in Education from VU University, Amsterdam. In addition, he obtained the Certified in Financial Management accreditation of the Institute of Management Accountants (US).

Secondary positions

  • Lead Nyenrode Incubator Amsterdam (2017 - present)
  • Course lead Entrepreneurial Finance, Nyenrode New Business School (2015 - present)
  • Advisory Board Member, Greyroad Ventures (2015 - present)

International activities

Following the European Entrepreneurship Colloquium at Harvard Business School, Job and Luisa Alemany (ESADE) jointly initiated a European textbook on Entrepreneurial Finance. It is set-up as a co-creation, involving experts throughout Europe, from leading universities (including Bocconi, Cambridge, Erasmus/RSM, ESADE, Glasgow, HSG, IMD, Imperial, INSEAD, Norwich, St. Gallen, Vlerick & Wuppertal) and institutions (EIF, EVPA & Startup Europe). It is this international collaboration that allows the book to provide a comprehensive view on this exciting and rapidly developing field.

Interests

Field hockey, tennis, golf & boxing.

Most relevant publications

  • Alemany, L. & Andreoli, J.J. (Eds.) (2018). Entrepreneurial Finance: the Art and Science of Growing Ventures. Cambridge University Press.
    ISBN 978-1-108-42135-5 (Hardback); 978-1-108-43185-9 (Paperback).
    www.cambridge.org/gb/academic/
    subjects/management/entrepreneurship-
    and-innovation/entrepreneurial-finance-
    art-and-science-growing-ventures
  • Alemany, L. & Andreoli, J.J. (2018). Introduction to Entrepreneurial Finance. In: Alemany, L. & Andreoli, J.J. (Eds.). Entrepreneurial Finance: the Art and Science of Growing Ventures (pp. 2-22). Cambridge University Press.
  • Andreoli, J.J. (2018). Early Sources of Funding (I): Incubators, Accelerators and Crowdfunding. In: Alemany, L. & Andreoli, J.J. (Eds.). Entrepreneurial Finance: the Art and Science of Growing Ventures (pp. 23-59). Cambridge University Press.
  • Alemany, L. & Andreoli, J.J. (2018). The Future of Entrepreneurial Finance. In: Alemany, L. & Andreoli, J.J. (Eds.). Entrepreneurial Finance: the Art and Science of Growing Ventures (pp. 562-582). Cambridge University Press.
  • Andreoli, J.J. (2018). How start-ups can improve their pitching. International Finance Magazine.