Engage in the world's largest student investment conference

The world's largest student investment conference is coming to Detroit, and students from all across Wayne State University have the opportunity to attend for free.

The WSU School of Business and Mainstay Capital Management, a Michigan-based investment advisory firm that manages $1.8 billion, are hosting the ENGAGE International Investment Education Symposium. Coming to Detroit's Cobo Center on March 26 and 27, ENGAGE 2015 will be the largest student investment conference in the world.

The first 100 WSU students who preregister here can attend one or both days of ENGAGE 2015 free of charge. All WSU attendees receive a complimentary lunch, and the School of Business will have buses running between WSU's Midtown campus and Cobo Center throughout the conference.

Expected to draw students, faculty and professionals from across the United States and Canada, ENGAGE 2015 will welcome internationally renowned financial leaders sharing their outlooks on the economy, stocks, alternative investments and international markets. CEOs, presidents, CIOs and economists from some of the most prominent companies in the world will be lending their expertise as moderators and panel members.

"This event definitely isn't just for business students," said Conor Flynn, managing director of ENGAGE. "Students in economics, journalism, political science, law and many other disciplines should find something for themselves. It's also an incredible chance to network with some of the country's top professionals as well as faculty and students from hundreds of universities."

In addition, ENGAGE 2015 has partnered with CNBC as the event's official broadcaster. The network will be broadcasting live from Cobo throughout the conference.

For more information, please contact Conor Flynn at engage@wayne.edu or 313-577-8524.

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