College of Business Newsletter - March 2013
Zach Wigal is an entrepreneur extraordinaire. At the tender age of 23, the EMU marketing major already has been featured in Forbes Magazine; has founded a non-profit organization that raises money for charitable causes; and has spearheaded one of the Midwest’s premier video game tournaments—Gamers for Giving.
Michigan-based innovators who have broken through barriers shared the secrets of their success with 200 students, faculty and staff at the EMU Sesi Midwest Entrepreneurship Conference presented by the EMU Collegiate Entrepreneurs Organization (CEO) in the Student Center Feb. 8.
Menlo Innovations, an Ann Arbor-based computer software design company, does not reflect a typical work environment. But then again, the award-winning company does not produce typical software.