The following young people won their regional or citywide business plan competitions and will compete in New York City on October 6th, 2015 at the NFTE National Youth Entrepreneurship Challenge. Congratulations to all our competitors!
Destiny Davis DestinTees Custom Tees & Apparel
A company that designs high-quality, customized T-shirts.
Kevin Diniz Easy Scholar
An app that allows students to find relevant scholarships.
Samantha Faxon & Sharlyn McClendon Your City Gold Card
A year-long, reusable discount card that supports local businesses, employs teens
with part-time jobs, and helps raise funds
Javon Gholston & Michael Heier, Jr. Power To The PCB
Power To The PCB is an engineering tool design company dedicated to making more efficient work tools for those working in electronics.
Kenneth Huertas A Touch of Eco
An environmentally-friendly mobile
auto detailing service in the Greater
Los Angeles area.
Ryan Hyde Ignited Innovations
Concrete-based, environmentally friendly products to enhance the décor of your home and living space.
Elijah Jobe HoopDreamz
Los Angeles, CA
An app that allows basketball players and fans to find recreation centers and parks in their area in order to meet up for games.
Cristina Lawson Kinetic
San Jose, CA
A product which harnesses your kinetic
energy as you walk or run and converts it to electricity to power your phone or electrical device.
Hariella Lawson & Desiree Michel TeenWork
An app designed to give teenagers ideas, motivation and summer opportunities (like internships) in their communities based on individual interests.
Isabella Lovain Help Ignite Progress
Help Ignite Progress is a curriculum designed to increase social knowledge about current events and discrimination.