News Coverage

Entrepreneur , July 1, 2019

by: Jim Price, Michigan Ross faculty & ZLI entrepreneur-in-residence

CNBC, May 1, 2019

2019 was another record year for the CNBC Disruptor 50, with more than 1,200 companies vying for just 50 coveted spots on the seventh annual list.

University of Michigan News, April 1, 2019

The Center for Venture Capital and Private Equity Finance at the University of Michigan Ross School of Business will co-host the inaugural VC University Live program in conjunction with this year’s

Princeton Review , November 1, 2018

The University of Michigan captured the #1 spot on the undergraduate entrepreneurship programs ranking list for the first time. The Princeton Review posted the ranking lists today at www.princetonr

Harvard Business Review , October 1, 2018

Star CEOs can be good for companies, providing social proof that their firm is a high quality place and making it easier to attract capital and talent. But they can also be dangerous.

Crain's Detroit Business, August 1, 2018

The Zell Lurie Founders Fund at the University of Michigan announced Wednesday morning that it has made a seed investment of $100,000 in Chicago-based Mindwell Snacks LLC, which makes and markets j

Global University Venturing, August 1, 2018

The Zell Lurie Founder's Fund, University of Michigan's $10m student-led, seed-stage venture fund, today invested $100,000 in Mindwell, a US-based producer of plant-based jerky.

VegNews, August 1, 2018

llyson Stewart and Bridget Henley, recent Masters of Business graduates at the University of Michigan, created legume-based jerky brand MINDWELL with millennials in mind.

Specialty Food Association, August 1, 2018

The University of Michigan has invested $100,000 in Chicago-based Mindwell Snacks LLC, a maker of plant-based jerky, reports Crain's Detroit Business.

Live Kindly, August 1, 2018

Woman-owned vegan jerky company Mindwell has received a $100,000 investment in order to change the way consumers see protein.