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Greater Wausu: EGL students pitch business plans

1:39 AM, Jan. 5, 2013
Wausau Engineering and Global Leadership students Zach Richards, senior, left to right, sophomore Scott Swanson and senior Alex Jasper, pitch to local business leaders Friday their plan to laser-etch skateboards.
Wausau Engineering and Global Leadership students Zach Richards, senior, left to right, sophomore Scott Swanson and senior Alex Jasper, pitch to local business leaders Friday their plan to laser-etch skateboards.
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Local entrepreneurs Friday shared their dreams and plans to start businesses that include creating wall clocks, decorative glassware, engraved bottles and custom skateboard decks.

But these entrepreneurs weren't established business leaders - they were teenagers and students at the Wausau Engineering and Global Leadership Academy.

The students have spent the past two months dreaming up business ideas and creating business plans to turn the ideas into reality. On Friday, 26 students in eight groups pitched their plans to potential investors. One group of students in the next few ...

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