Entrepreneurship

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Based on its extensive offerings and support, Michigan Ross has moved up one spot to No. 3 in Poets&Quants’ global ranking of the top MBA programs for entrepreneurship this year.
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It’s been a challenging few months for lil’gourmets , a company founded by Shibani Baluja, MBA ’04, that provides nourishing, global, and organic veggie meals and snacks for young eaters. Fortunately, her retail expansion plans and impact work have continued.
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Following their top finish at the Michigan Business Challenge earlier this year, the SlumberFlow team successfully pitched their venture virtually at the Rice Business Plan Competition and took home a $25,000 prize.
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Many Michigan Ross Black alumni have started or gone on to lead small businesses around the world — before, during, and after their time in business school. Here's how you can support seven of these alumni for Black Business Month and beyond.
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Nestidd’s co-founders Andrew Parker, BBA ‘11, and Tad Ritter, BA ‘12, and director of development Amanda Parker, BBA ‘17, are leading with purpose during the COVID-19 pandemic.
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For Luke Silverman, EMBA ’19, the Michigan Ross alumni network has yielded more than just a support system. It has helped this recent Executive MBA graduate turn a bold business idea into a reality.
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Josh Botkin , a Michigan Ross faculty member, created an easy way for patrons to support their favorite local establishments financially impacted by the COVID-19 shutdown.
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The Michigan Ross BBA program is climbing its way up the charts. According to the annual undergraduate business ranking published by U.S. News & World Report, the Michigan Ross BBA program has risen to #3 in the country, up one spot from last year.
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Ross Thought In Action
A new book by Michigan Ross Lecturer Jim Price addresses "20 questions every entrepreneur should ask."
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It’s that time of the year again: When entrepreneurs from across the University of Michigan duke it out in a three-month-long battle for the best business idea.
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Two Michigan Alums who made international headlines with a personal safety app they developed while still students working with the Zell Lurie Institute recently walked away from the first episode of a new reality show with a $1 million investment...

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