ASU announces new network to connect startups with potential investors

President Michael Crow unveiled a new plan to connect entrepreneurs at ASU with investment funding through the Thunderbird School of Global Management.

This system, which is expected to get off the ground in the fall of this year, will be called the ASU Thunderbird Investor Network and is an extension of a previous Thunderbird network that was in place. Crow announced the network as part of the University’s Founders Day in March.

“At the core, the goal is to connect investors with the company they will be investing in,” said Jeff Mindlin, the vice president of investments for the ASU Enterprise Partners. “We want to be a successful conduit that helps elevate entrepreneurship and innovation in the community.”

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