News

Entrepreneurs take ‘Shark Tank’-style plunge in Detroit

Pitch competitions, several of which have sprung up nationwide and in Michigan, have become popular, spurred in part by reality-TV shows like the "Shark Tank." Warranty Ninja, a Detroit company few had heard of until today, ​got a big boost — and $20,000 — for winning the PowerMoves pitch competition, the culmination of a three-day event for minority-founded companies. "We have a great idea," cofounder Jerry Rucker,... More...

NEI Stories

The ACCESS Growth Center: Immigrants find small biz success

A challenge for immigrants and refugees coming to a new country is finding ways to be... More...

Michigan Women’s Foundation

Though its origins are traditional, Michigan Women’s Foundation has become anything but your... More...

Events

U-M Ross School of Business: Center for Social Impact Launch Year Celebration

Apr 22, 2015 , 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm

Join students, faculty, staff, and the community as we celebrate our launch year! Refreshments and networking will be followed by remarks at 5:30... Learn More...