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Crowd Welcomes Bill Gates To Concordia College

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Moorhead, Minn. - Former Microsoft Co-Founder and philanthropist, Bill Gates, is set to deliver a keynote address dedicated to the Offutt School of Business' newly renovated Grant Center.

Gates will discuss social entrepreneurship, which is an important element in the Offutt School of Business curriculum.

The Offutt School of Business is an undergraduate business program grounded in the liberal arts and focused on four critical skills: global understanding, entrepreneurship, ethics and leadership.

Gates is co-chair of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. He co-founded Microsoft in 1975, and left his full-time role with the organization in 2008 to focus on the foundation. Bill and Melinda Gates collaborate with grantee and partners to assist disadvantaged people around the world.

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