KSU students compete to be ‘Next Big Thing’

By The Mercury

K-State students from all majors will compete against their peers for a winning spot in The Next Big Thing. Guitar lessons, a recording studio, furniture design, fitness and a clothing line are some of the business ideas that have made it to the final round.

The finalists will make presentations to judges from 1-3 p.m. Thursday in the KSU Student Union’s Cottonwood and Flint Hills rooms. The finals are open to the public.

The Next Big Thing is an annual business idea competition open to all KSU students. The student or team behind each winning business idea will receive funding for their business.

Winners will be honored during the awards reception at 6 p.m. in the Union’s K and S ballrooms.

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