BCSN Wins K is for Kids’ 4th Annual YES Comp!

Noah Mulholland and Vishvak Venkatesan, both juniors at Barron Collier High School, won first place at the 4th Annual Young Entrepreneur Scholarship Competition 2017.The YES Comp, as it is popularly called, was held on Saturday, May 6th at Barron Collier High School. Many thanks to Kelly Wilson, business teacher, for hosting the event and to the four judges who served on the panel this year (scroll down to “Meet the Judges”).

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Young Entrepreneurs 2017:

Noah Mulholland & Vishvak Venkatesan

At center: Winners of the 4th Annual Young Entrepreneur Scholarship 2017 Noah Mulholland, a junior at Barron Collier High School, and Vishvak Venkatesan, also a junior at Barron Collier High with (l-r) Karen D Clawson, Founder and Executive Director of K is for Kids Foundation; with Judges Justin Ray, Ed Larsen, Denise Degemmis, and Gary Indianer.

 

YES Comp First Place: BCSN

Noah Mulholland and Vishvak Vekatesan are both junior students at Barron Collier High School.  Summarizing their new business venture to the judges, they said, “We are the Barron Collier Sports Network, or more formally known as BCSN. We broadcast Barron Collier sporting events live on our YouTube channel for thousands of people to watch live. Even though we broadcast live sporting events, our income is based off advertisements. We are the only Southwest Florida public high school that broadcast sports through YouTube. We want to promote Barron Collier Athletics and student-athletes at a larger level, to get recognized by the public and colleges.”

Young Entrepreneurs 2017 Vishvak Venkatesan and Noah Mulholland, present BCSN at the 4th Annual YES Comp on May 6th.

 

Visit again soon for all the news about the second and third place winners!  Also meet the judges and hear what they had to say about these amazing young entrepreneurs! 

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