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CWRU Entrepreneurship Speaker Series: Robbie Bach, former president of entertainment and devices, Microsoft

Join the Veale Institute for Entrepreneurship for a Case Western Reserve University Entrepreneurship Speaker Series roundtable discussion with Robbie Bach, former president of entertainment and devices at Microsoft, July 16 at 1 p.m. via Zoom.

He will discuss his career journey at Microsoft and his experience as a “civic engineer,” entrepreneurship within a larger organization, and the challenges that COVID-19 has brought to the businesses he consults.

Bach was at Microsoft for 22 years. He led the creation and development of the Xbox business from its startup phase to the launch of the Xbox 360 console and online gaming service Xbox Live. During his career at Microsoft, he also was a marketing leader in the launch and expansion of the Microsoft Office business, and as the president of entertainment and devices, he was responsible for Microsoft’s gaming, music, video, phone, and retail sales businesses. Today, Bach is a “civic engineer” and acts as a strategy consultant to organizations that drive positive change.

This conversation will be facilitated by Case Western Reserve University student Mohamed Mahmoud, who is pursuing a degree in computer science, will facilitate the discussion.

Register for the discussion through CampusGroups.

This roundtable and future roundtables will be broadcast through Facebook Live on the CWRU Veale Institute for Entrepreneurship’s Facebook page.