Campbell MBA student to participate in inaugural EO Veterans Business Battle

Campbell Business MBA student Steven Walther has received an invitation to attend the inaugural EO Veterans Business Battle.

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Steven Walther. (Photos by Bennett Scarborough)

By campbell.edu

Campbell Business MBA student Steven Walther has received an invitation to attend the inaugural EO Veterans Business Battle at Rice University in Houston, Texas on Saturday, Feb. 28. Walther is one of just 15 finalists nationally that will compete.

“I am honored to have been invited to take part in the EO Veterans Business Battle,” said Walther. “I look forward to representing Campbell Business on the national stage and showing what I’ve learned in The Creek.”

The competition is geared towards potential entrepreneurs who: have an idea but have not yet launched it, have just begun working on their idea, and/or are seeking capital/venture capitalists. The competition is the first of its kind exclusively open to military veterans.

“We are extremely excited for Steven to participate on this stage,” said Campbell Business Dean Keith Faulkner. “I have no doubt that he will do a fine job of representing Campbell Business and the university as a whole on the national stage.”

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