Ken Klotz has a bachelor's degree in business administration from Illinois State University, as well as a Juris Doctor degree from the University of Arkansas School of Law.
Ken Klotz has a bachelor's degree in business administration from Illinois State University, as well as a Juris Doctor degree from the University of Arkansas School of Law. He practiced law in Houston, Texas for 13 years, primarily in the areas of bankruptcy, business and commercial law, and acquisitions. He authored a 325-page manual entitled "The Complete Texas Construction Lien System."
Ken chose to leave the practice of law to work with a management consulting company. In October of 1998, Ken joined Bradley University's Small Business Development Center, a counseling and training program for both start-up ventures and existing companies. While at Bradley, he has assisted companies with business plan preparation, financial statement analysis, business start-up, eBusiness, business taxation and marketing. He regularly teaches business management courses for Bradley’s Foster College of Business Administration, including "Family Business Management" and "Small Business Management." Ken serves as a board member of several organizations, including Business Resource Services, Inc., Peoria Designated Zone Organization, and the Illinois Small Business Development Center Association.
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