Young Entrepreneur Competition | Junior Achievement of Wisconsin

JA Young Entrepreneur Live Competition




When
: January, 28, 2021
Time: 3:30 - 5:00p

Join us to watch four young student entrepreneurs from across the state of Wisconsin compete live in front of a virtual audience and a panel of celebrity judges pitching their best business endeavors to win a $10,000 scholarship grand prize.

Celebrity judges will critique, ask questions and provide feedback to each student contestant and select the winner of the competition during the live broadcast. Viewing is free and open to the public with the opportunity to vote for the Viewer's Choice Award brought to you by Russ Darrow Automotive Group.

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STUDENT FINALISTS

      
 

CELEBRITY JUDGES

        

 

 

CELEBRITY EMCEE

 

THANK YOU SPONSORS

Founding Sponsors
                              

Viewer's Choice Award Sponsor



Crowdfunding Sponsor


Venture Sponsors
                                                                                                                                     

Incubator Sponsors include Borgman Capital LLC, Mary & John Brown, Colleen & Rob Cowen, Greenfield Rehab, The Manitowoc Company, PS Capital Partners and Sargento.

Sponsorship opportunities available. Inquire to msongco@jawis.org or 414-577-3835.

 

 

SPECIAL THANKS TO OUR MEDIA PARTNER

The show will also be aired in a 60 minute segment on WITI FOX6 throughout Southeastern Wisconsin in February. Studio Furnished by M&M Office Interiors and Haworth

 

 

SPECIAL THANKS TO OUR PUBLIC RELATIONS PARTNER

 

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