Kyle Coogler, T. J. Nissen, and Corey Behrens will compete at the state-level of the Pappajohn Student Entrepreneurial Venture Competition for the chance to win $5,000. The three regional winners will compete in Des Moines against 12 other regional winners on April 20.
Students submitted an executive summary, business model canvas, and financial
projections that were reviewed by a regional panel of judges. The students will now present to John Pappajohn and other judges regarding the viability of their business idea.
Coogler is a senior communications major and submitted for his business, Creo, a company that helps match employers with job seekers with disabilities. Nissen is a senior graphic technologies major and submitted for his business, Network Nirvana, a gaming company. Behrens is a sophomore communications major and submitted for his business, Simplistic Views, a videography company specializing in weddings.