Last year, the GSEA experienced record-setting global participation, which culminated with 42 students representing 37 countries at the 2015 GSEA Finals in Washington, DC. On the final day of that event, our beloved Chairman-Elect (at the time) Gilberto Crombe delivered a speech during the event’s final award gala that would set the precedent for the next year, promising “…in 2016 EO GSEA will have 50 students representing 50 countries at GSEA Finals in Bangkok at GLC.” What ensued were the makings of another milestone year for EO GSEA Finals.
THE EO BLOG
Tagged: student entrepreneurs
College students have enough to juggle with classes. Running a business simultaneously though presents a whole new set of challenges.
Successful entrepreneurs know good time management separates mediocre CEOs from amazing ones – and strategies that work for some don’t always work well for others. Inc. asked four EO Global Student Entrepreneur Awards (GSEA) finalists from the U.S. how they manage a full college course load while running a company. Here’s what they had to say:
Nominations are now being sought for the 2011 Student Entrepreneur National Competition, which provides the winner with $10,000 cash toward the growth of their business.
The Student Entrepreneur National Competition is presented by ACE, a national charitable organization. It provides a platform for young business leaders to showcase their business on a regional and national stage to top executives and leading entrepreneurs, receive relevant training, network with like-minded students, and leverage valuable guidance to accelerate the growth of their business.