Collegiate Entrepreneurs' Organization (CEO) Selects Baylor Student for Showcase in Spring Newsletter.March 4, 2011
By Kelsey McCarty
Collegiate Entrepreneurs' Organization (CEO) selected Baylor student, Cole Chapman, to be showcased in its Spring Newsletter.
Cole Chapman, a Collegiate Entrepreneur Organization Member and Baylor entrepreneur has made moving out a little easier.
Champan submitted his business for College Cardboard in the Student Biz Showcase and was selected to showcase in the Collegiate Entrepreneurs' Organization's (CEO) Spring Newsletter.
CEO is the premier student entrepreneurship network with chapters on university campuses across North America and beyond. Their mission is to inform, support and inspire college students to be entrepreneurial and seek opportunity through enterprise creation.
All applicants were required to submit a proposal to the Student Biz Showcase. The proposal had a requirement of: 500 words maximum about their business and included a website if applicable.
For student members, The Student Biz Showcase is a way to learn about what other members are doing and promote your business.
"When I found out I was selected from across the nation to be featured in the CEO Newsletter, I was extremely excited and so thankful," said Chapman. "It's a lot of fun to see the hard work you put into a project and [see] it start paying off. God has opened so many doors along the way and blessed me with so much through out this entrepreneurial journey."
Chapman founded College Cardboard; a company that understands the frustration and hassle of moving out.
College Carboard allows students to go online (www.collegecardboard.com), order inexpensive boxes and have them automatically delivered to the doorstep before move out day. The business was created to remedy student's frustrations with the move out process.
For more details about the company, visit: www.collegecardboard.com