2012 Business Plan Contest
The UWWCEO Warhawk Business Plan Competition is purely an educational experience and is intended to challenge students’ creativity and business skills. Your idea may or may not be executable and just because you present an idea does not mean that you have to pursue the creation of the company. The main goal is to educate you on the process of developing a well-organized presentation on a creative business idea or non-profit organization. Read More
UWW CEO members visit the White House
Freshman Dan Fink and junior Andrew Hoeft were chosen to represent the Collegiate Entrepreneurs Organization at the invitation-only “I am an Entrepreneur” event at the White House in Washington, D.C. The event, sponsored by the Young Entrepreneur Council, Inc. Magazine and MTV, focused on mentorship. Read More
Congratulations to Corey Meyer, winner of our tuition raffle! Since the organization’s beginnings in 2006 it has won numerous awards at the National Collegiate Entrepreneurs’ Organization Conference . The conference, normally held in Chicago, IL will be held in Ft. Worth TX, this October. In an effort to raise fund to ensure that costs of the trips can be stipend for our members, we sold raffle tickets for a chance to win a Private Scholarship valued at $3,418.
Ceo Wins Again at Nationals!
UWW CEO attended the Collegiate Entrepreneurs' Organization National Conference in Chicago October 27th-29th bringing home five awards. 1st Place Networking Event, 2nd Place Website, 2nd Place Chapter Plan, Elevator Pitch Honorable Mention: Haley Cymbalak, Disruptive Student Innovator of the Year: Andrew Hoeft.
As a student and an aspiring entrepreneur, it can be hard sometimes to reconcile course work with following my dreams and ideas, especially when it seems like things are falling apart and it's a struggle just to keep everything together. In fact, this is the experience that awaits many who wish to start a business, hardship, frustration, and sleepless nights spent worrying about whether it will all work out in the end. However, when it all works out in the end and things go well, it is well worth the price we pay in time, blood, sweat and tears. Entrepreneurship is not an endeavor for the faint of heart. It takes real gall to go out and pursue a new idea, and the road is fraught with...
Welcome to UWW CEO
Weekly Meetings: Wednesdays | 5:15 pm | Hyland Hall 1306
Entrepreneurial Spirit is a combination of ambition, the need to create, the taste for risk, the refusal of failure, relentless work, and dedication.
UW-Whitewater Collegiate Entrepreneurs’ Organization welcomes all students on campus from any area of study. We have reinvented the idea of a student organization. We help you add value to yourself. CEO is full of motivated like minded people that are ambitious visionaries and leaders.
Our members include students that want to grow their current business, or students that are inspired to start one. We invite all students of all majors.