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 BusinessBecause.com 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”