PARSIPPANY, NJ, September 21, 2012 - MD On-Line (MDOL) President and CEO Bill Bartzak was inducted into Seton Hall University's Center for Entrepreneurial Studies' Entrepreneurial Hall of Fame at its 7th annual Hall of Fame Induction Dinner this past Wednesday, September 19.
An integral part of the University's Stillman School of Business
, the Center for Entrepreneurial Studies
was founded in 2003 to raise student awareness of self-employment as a career option, and it fosters the collaboration of faculty, students, alumni, and entrepreneurs to engage in activities that advance hands-on entrepreneurial learning.
An active member of the Seton Hall community, Bartzak
attended the University while beginning his
lifelong career as an entrepreneur, managing a medical software company as well as launching and successfully selling 2 businesses prior to his
founding MDOL in 1995.
In addition to lecturing frequently at the University, he currently serves on the advisory board for the Stillman School of Business.
When addressing friends and colleagues at the Induction Dinner, Bartzak
spoke about teamwork as a fundamental tenet of a successful enterprise.
"At MD On-Line
, we've been incredibly careful to hire the right people - those who want to work hard, be successful, and make a difference not only for themselves but also for the team," he
"Without people challenging themselves every day, and without the team challenging itself as a whole every day, we wouldn't have experienced the incredible amount of growth that we have.
Nobody works for me, everybody works with me - it's all about how successful we can be together."
Bartzak was inducted into the Hall of Fame along with fellow entrepreneur and Seton Hall alumni Charles Alberto, Founder and President of Form Cut Industries, Inc., a Newark-based producer of precision-formed parts for consumer products and automotive, aerospace, and medical supplies.