Outdoor Weber Global Entrepreneurship Program & Events

March 12, 2019

Outdoor Weber Global Entrepreneurship Program & Events

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We're thrilled again this year to be involved with the amazing Outdoor Weber Global Entrepreneurship Program at our local college, Weber State University.  Join us next week for some amazing events! 

 

NEXT WEEK! Two powerful events culminating the Outdoor Weber Global Entrepreneurship Program for 2019!

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  • Wed. 3/20 -As part of its Outdoor Weber competition week, Weber State University’s Hall Global Entrepreneurship Center will host a film festival featuring journalist, world-renowned surfer and environmentalist Steve Hawk as he discusses journalism, the environment and entrepreneurial opportunities at the Peery Egyptian Theater on March 20, 2019 at 6 p.m. The festival will screen the films “Elemental” and “Mountain.”

 

  • Fri 3/22-Weber State University’s Hall Global Entrepreneurship Center will kick off the concluding awards ceremony of the Outdoor Weber pitch competition with a keynote speech by bestselling author, entrepreneur and media strategist Ryan Holiday at the Eccles Conference Center on March 22, 2019 at 6 p.m. An afterparty featuring local arts, interactive activities and a live DJ  will follow the ceremony.

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About the Competition:

After two weeks of entrepreneurial hustling and more than 130,000 online votes, a panel of industry judges selected the top 10 finalists in the second annual Outdoor Weber pitch competition,  hosted by Weber State University’s Hall Global Entrepreneurship Center and sponsored by Camping World Holdings®. The competition invited college students from across the country to create videos pitching outdoor-related business ideas for a chance to win a grand prize purse totaling $75,000 and one-on-one mentoring from entrepreneurship experts. The public’s popular vote and regional  judges determined the top 35 competitors, and a panel of national judges selected 10 finalists. The competition attracted 87 entries representing 26 majors from 34 colleges and universities around the country.



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