Crain's Detroit Business: Ilitch School names 2020 entrepreneurship hall of fame class

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The Wayne State University Mike Ilitch School of Business Entrepreneurship and Innovation Hall of Fame has named four new members. The inductees, to be honored with a ceremony at a later date, are: Russell Belinsky, managing general partner, LB Capital Advisors LLC; Paul A. Glantz, co-founder and chair, Emagine Entertainment Inc.; George G. Johnson, founder, George Johnson & Co.; and Mary Kramer, vice president and group publisher, Crain Communications Inc. The 2020 class is the second for the hall of fame, established by WSU Mike Ilitch School of Business Dean Robert Forsythe and made possible by the Belinsky Entrepreneurship Learning Laboratory (BELL). "We are truly honored to welcome these four trailblazers to our hall of fame," BELL Director and Ilitch School Director of Entrepreneurship and Innovation Programs Jeff Stoltman said in a release. "When future generations of aspiring Wayne State entrepreneurs explore their stories and learn of their contributions, they will be inspired by the impact of these wonderful role models."

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