On April 25, 2019 Temple University’s Fox School of Business commemorated its 100th year anniversary. Cosmo DeNicola was honored by the Fox School of Business as one of the best minds to fuel the school’s success during its first century for the significant impact he has made to the school, community, and business world.
As an entrepreneurial leader in the field, Cosmo understands what companies and industries need, and how to build and deliver it. “You need to have imagination and be fearless,” advises Mr. DeNicola. From his modest early days in the technology industry, his companies are leaders in enterprise mobility, telemedicine, electronic medical records, chronic disease management and analytics.
His other businesses and interests include the Philadelphia Soul Arena Football Team, Steinberg NFL Sports Agency, MKS&D Hollywood Talent Management and Chicken Soup for the Soul Publishing and Entertainment.
His business accomplishments have been recognized by his high school Hall of Fame Committee. Ernst and Young recently awarded Cosmo the Philadelphia region 2018 Entrepreneur of the Year award for his group of Family Businesses. He has also been inducted into the City All Starts Pennsylvania Sports Hall of Fame.
His philanthropic efforts have him focused on his three passions: World Health, Cultural Diplomacy, and Humanitarian Recognition.
Having come full circle, he delivered the commencement speech at Temple University in 2012.
“Temple and the Fox School of business created a platform of accomplishments and fulfillment,” stated Cosmo. “The fun has just begun.”
Learn more about Cosmo’s story and influence visit: http://www.fox.temple.edu/centennial/honoree/cosmo-denicola/