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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.

SmallBiz-Resources, August 1, 2018

Most entrepreneurs won’t spend these dog days of summer relaxing at the beach; you might instead find them hard at work refining their business plans and investor pitches, developing new customer a

siliconprarienews, August 1, 2018

A student-led venture fund in the Zell Lurie Institute for Entrepreneurial Studies at the University of Michigan announced on Wednesday that it has made a $100,000 investment in MINDWELL, a plant-b

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.

Vegan Insight, August 1, 2018

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