A $60 million gift is headed to the University of Michigan’s business school to extend an entrepreneurial studies programs and create a $10 million seed fund for student business ventures.
An entrepreneur’s work never ends, so many of you might not be taking summer vacations this year.
The Zell Family Foundation has made a $60 million grant to the University of Michigan to support entrepreneurial efforts.
The University of Michigan’s Ross School of Business announced this week that its Zell Lurie Commercialization Fund has invested in a spinoff from the school, Reveal Design Automation Inc.
For aspiring entrepreneurs, Babson, Stanford, and Harvard are probably the first business schools that spring to mind.
The University of Michigan’s Zell Lurie Commercialization Fund announced Tuesday it had made a $50,000 investment in Ann Arbor-based Reveal Design Automation, an Ann Arbor-based startup.
Billionaire investor Sam Zell pledged $60 million to the University of Michigan to expand entrepreneurship programs for students and alumni.
The funds, coming from the Zell Family Foundation, will go to the Samuel Zell and Robert H. Lurie Institute for Entrepreneurial Studies at University of Michigan's Ross School of Business.
The Ross school at the University of Michigan has received a pledge of $60m from the Zell family to extend programmes at the school’s entrepreneurship centre, which already bears the Zell name.
Students at the University of Michigan’s Samuel Zell and Robert H.