In the Wisconsin State Journal: Alumni share entrepreneurship stories

​L&S grads are among the entrepreneurs firing up students with their startup experiences.

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From the Wisconsin State Journal:

Kenny Dichter was a sociology major when he attended UW-Madison in the 1980s, a “low-SAT, low-GPA guy,” as he describes himself.

Today, Dichter is the founder and CEO of Wheels Up, a membership-based private aviation company with headquarters in Manhattan’s Times Square and investors who include tennis champ Serena Williams and football stars Russell Wilson and J.J. Watt ...

Dichter was one of a quartet of UW alumni who regaled students with stories of their struggles and successes in business, and what they’ve learned along the way, at the Wisconsin Entrepreneurship Showcase.

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