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- Building a case for business
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Emerging engineering leaders
Connor Wolk, senior
Building a case for business
Connor Wolk’s favorite TV show is “Shark Tank,” a reality program that gives would-be entrepreneurs a shot at pitching their business ideas to a panel of billionaires — the “sharks” who could turn dreams into deals.
“I watch every episode,” says Wolk, a senior double major in mechanical engineering and engineering management from Chesterfield, Mo. “It’s always cool to see the different approaches to entrepreneurship.”
Wolk may not be quite ready to jump into the Shark Tank. But just a few months after starting his own business, Dual Cases LLC, he has waded into shallower waters of the startup financing world. [Read more]