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Business School Alum Named Finalist of EY Entrepreneur Award

Business School Alum Named Finalist of EY Entrepreneur Award | IE

International MBA Graduate named Entrepreneur of the Year Award Finalist.

IE Business School alum Florian Wegener, co-founder, and CEO of Zageno was named a finalist for Ernst & Young’s Entrepreneur of the Year 2021 New England Award for a second consecutive year.

Wegener, who graduated from the International MBA in 2012, founded Zageno in 2015. Zageno is an online marketplace of life science products, designed to simplify the process of providing research scientists what they need and when they need it.

The Entrepreneur of the Year Award was founded and produced by Ernst & Young LLP. It is one of the world’s most prestigious business awards programs for entrepreneurs. It celebrates entrepreneurs through regional and national awards programs in more than 145 cities in over 60 Countries.

Award winners will be announced during a virtual celebration on July 28th.

“I am grateful and very excited for this second, consecutive honor by EY as a finalist for Entrepreneur Of The Year® 2021 New England.”

Florian Wegener, Co-founder and CEO of ZAGENO

Zageno was founded in 2015 in the United States. Its mission is to accelerate scientific innovation by streaming biotech purchasing processes with its award-winning, firs of its kind e-commerce platform. This platform makes online shopping for any research material convenient, efficient, and reliable from 5000 unique brands.

Wegener expressed his gratitude for being named an Entrepreneur of the Year Award Finalist.

“It’s an honor I share with everyone at Zageno who, throughout the pandemic, worked tirelessly with partners and customers to deliver on our mission to modernize the life science supply chain and give scientists more time at the lab bench,” Wegener told Globe Newswire.