University of Chicago – Booth School – Polsky Center for Entrepreneurship

Founded in 1998 and formally endowed in 2002 by Michael Polsky, the Polsky Center advances the knowledge and practice of entrepreneurship and innovation through a broad range of activities, including academics, researchconferencescompetitions, and community outreach. The Polsky Center is the foremost resource for all students and alumni of University of Chicago’s Booth School as they pursue entrepreneurial endeavors and private equity careers.  The Polsky Center is run by a team of professionals committed to promoting and supporting the entrepreneurial spirit, as well as an entrepreneurial advisory board, made up of some of the country's leading entrepreneurs, venture capitalists, and private equity investors. 

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