Between a busy school schedule and a busy work schedule, EO GSEA caught up with 2011 GSEA Finalist Johnathon Bush, owner of Not Just Cookies, to ask him a few “major questions.”
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Our 2016 Global Finalists on what “Studentpreneur” means to them…
Here is a recap of 2016 GSEA Finals in Bangkok, Thailand narrated by EO Ireland member Stephen Shortt, Europe GSEA Director (2015-2017).
WHEN Ateneo Management of Applied Chemistry students Kathryn Castillo, Bernice Dee, Francesca Ocampo, Pianne Sinfuego, Phobe Vaño and Chase Yao came together to start their business in June 2015, it was for the sole purpose of fulfilling their course requirements. But in just a few months’ time, they developed a near-impossible-to-create product, won an international entrepreneurship competition and, later, even expanded their product line.
For the first time in Sri Lanka, The Entrepreneurs’ Organization (EO) together with Spiralation, Startup Sri Lanka, AIESEC, Global Tutor and Tellida present to you the EO Global Student Entrepreneur Awards, a premier awards program for students who are currently involved in a bachelor’s degree whilst also running a business.
These young individuals use their entrepreneurial mindset to get things done. These people strive to find ways to change the current equilibrium.