BusinessBecause: Business Schools Become Masters of Entrepreneurship, featuring the Institute

Shannon Beeman
November 11, 2014

In case you missed it, the Institute was mentioned on BusinessBecause this weekend in this article on business schools mastering entrepreneurship. Be sure to give the full story a read on and check out an excerpt from the article below:

“About 20% of Ross graduate students have started a business plan. “The majority will launch within 5-10 years of graduation after further relationships are established, and funding is secured,” says a spokesperson at Ross’ Zell Lurie Institute for Entrepreneurial Studies.

Taught jointly with Michigan’s engineering school, it has a focus on technology and this is a wider trend in the entrepreneurship scene. A cadre of US business schools are rolling out courses which cater for tech entrepreneurs in particular.” – From “Business Schools Become Masters of Entrepreneurship