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Medical Device, Renewable Energy, and Web Services Ventures Named Among Semi-Finalists in Zell Lurie Institute’s Annual Michigan Business Challenge

Multi-phase Business Development ‘Boot Camp’ Supports Action-based Approach to Entrepreneurial Education

ANN ARBOR, Mich. Feb. 8, 2011 University of Michigan

Now in its 28th year, The Michigan Business Challenge has evolved from a one-day competition to encourage entrepreneurship and business development among students into a four-month event that exposes students across the University to the rigorous business development and planning process required to commercialize a great idea. Nearly half of the competing teams include students from Engineering, Medicine, Law, and other areas of study, and all teams are provided with training and invaluable feedback at each phase from judges, which include seasoned business leaders and professional leaders.

Michigan Tom Kinnear

The 2011 semi-finalist teams represent sectors including medicine, life sciences, high technology and web services. They are:

  • Brio Device
  • IRIZ Technologies
  • MEMStim
  • ReGenerate
  • Reveal Design Automation
  • STIgma Free
  • SurveyBroker
  • Thoosa

Michigan $464,000

Scott Hanson

Friday, Feb. 18 $60,000 5:30 p.m.

About the Samuel Zell & Robert H. Lurie Institute for Entrepreneurial Studies

$5M Eugene Applebaum

SOURCE The Zell Lurie Institute

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