Overview of the portfolio of programs, resources, and services that the Zell Lurie Institute for Entrepreneurial Studies offers students seeking to further their business development and investment experience, fund a business idea, or participate in startup workshops.
Join us to learn about the Zell Lurie Institute's program and application process for receiving venture shaping and dare to dream startup grants, which support U-M students through the business creation process by providing startup workshops, mentoring, and funding of $500-$5,000. Grants are awarded fall and winter terms.
If you are seeking team members to build your venture or if you have interest in joining a startup founder, get ready to Mingle 'n' Match! Join us at the first Fall 2016 Mingle ‘n’ Match event, co-sponsored by all of the entrepreneurial programs across campus.
This elite program is designed to provide support to students who are preparing to launch their companies upon graduation. The selected students will receive up to $10,000 in support and resources to get their ventures launch ready, through intense mentorship and prototyping the new product or system they intend to introduce to market.
Discover TechArb, the venture incubator for University of Michigan student entrepreneurs. Learn how the program empowers students to bring their ideas to life outside of the classroom through an intensive entrepreneurial experience. Teams involved in the TechArb program are highly motivated to build and launch their venture while.
This forum is designed to connect women-owned business leaders with women in the venture capital and private equity industry to further access and availability to capital. For registration and additional information, visit: www.bus.umich.edu/Conferences/Women-Who-Fund
The 11th edition of the Michigan Private Equity Conference will be held on Friday, Sept. 30 at the Michigan League on the University of Michigan's Ann Arbor campus. The conference will kick-off on Thursday, Sept.