Brookfield East student advances in business plan contest

Freeman Staff

April 23, 2015

MADISON — Brookfield East High School student Colin Gray-Hoehn has moved on to phase 2 of Wisconsin YES!, a youth business plan contest for students in middle school and high school.

He is one of 26 students to advance statewide in the competition. His project is called Eat Out.

Phase 2 will require students to develop their business plan in more detail in a 1,000-word executive summary. Place finishers will be announced in early June and will be eligible for cash and prizes. The grand prize winner will have the opportunity to present their winning idea at the Wisconsin Entrepreneurs’ Conference in Madison on June 3.