An expert on second-stage entrepreneurs, Dino Signore has a doctorate in business psychology and is manager of entrepreneurial education at the Edward Lowe Foundation. Signore leads all foundation learning events, which have been attended by thousands of second-stage business owners and executives as well as leaders of entrepreneur support organizations. Signore is an adjunct professor at Indiana Tech and Southwestern Michigan College. A national, nonprofit organization based in Cassopolis, Mich., the Edward Lowe Foundation supports entrepreneurship through research, recognition and educational programs. It focuses on second-stage companies with 10-99 employees and generating $1 million to $50 million in annual revenue, although boundaries can fluctuate depending on industry.