Grand Island Public entrepreneurs show business knowhow… and no fear

The Grand Island Independent

Being an entrepreneur entails creativity, problem solving and patience.

Presenting the idea takes preparation, and the idea of sharing your business idea—your brainchild—making it subject to evaluation and critique is scary.

If putting an idea out for expert evaluation is nerve-racking, Grand Island Senior High students Kowsslo Teya and Colton Marsh didn’t show it.

Teya and Marsh were challenged to come up with a product idea that would solve a societal problem as part of their INCubatoredu class at GISH’s Academy of Business & Communication.

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