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SCSU 2017 Day 4: Final Crunch Time!

Tyler Olson, an entrepreneur who started ten businesses by the age of 30, kicked off day 4. Tyler has been generating profits off his business ventures since the age of 12, and attended MBV himself.  He became internationally recognized as one of the top 24 student entrepreneurs in the world from the Global Student Entrepreneur […]

SCSU 2017: Registration Day!

Minus the rain, registration for MBV 2017 was a complete success! Students were immediately greeted in the morning by the BestPrep and student staff. Students registered for the camp, settled in to their dorm rooms, and then were invited to have lunch with their parents. The day truly began when all the MBV students went […]

SJU 2016: Presentation Day

Students started the day with a Shareholder’s Address from Michael Keller, CEO of Pearson’s Candy Company. Michael spoke about the anatomy of company brand and all the things that go into defining a brand and making it successful. He also spoke about the importance of defining your goals and branding yourself. Michael shared his life’s journey and […]

SJU 2016: Crunch Time

Wednesday has arrived and it’s time to get down to business. In twenty four hours our students will be presenting their products to venture capitalist hoping for a loan of their liking. The big day started off with a shareholder address from former MBV student Wes Otto. Wes now runs a business called Otto Media […]

SJU 2016: Preparing For Success

Today’s kickoff speaker, Tyler Olson from SMC Pros, started off the day telling the students about his personal journey as an entrepreneur. He talked about the lifestyle that he lives and what he had to do to get where he is today. He described his journey as being filled with “extreme highs and lows”. When […]

SJU 2016: Monday Funday

Today the students were honored to start their day off with a great message from guest speaker Jeff Munneke from the MN Timberwolves & Lynx. He talked to students about networking and relationships. The students learned about his 4 principles for building long term relationships and the power of asking open-ended questions. He taught them […]