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Muhga Eltigani is one of three young entrepreneurs at at Temple University event on Friday.

Muhga Eltigani started NaturAll Club after her YouTube channel took off. (Photo by Wafai Dias)

Ever curious about the business world, the precocious troupe at Temple University’s Entrepreneurial Student Association (ESA) is organizing an event on youth entrepreneurship.

The 3 Under 30 Entrepreneurship and Innovation conference is happening this Thursday at the Fox School of Business, in partnership with the International Business Association and the Innovation and Entrepreneurship Institute.

Who are the “3 Under 30,” you ask? Two of them are actually familiar faces:


“This is a fantastic opportunity for students to meet successful CEOs under 30 and to learn how they did it,” said ESA President Hunter Dean Gray. “Often times, students reach out to me about starting a business, but don’t know how to efficiently manage their time or what resources to utilize. Also, these entrepreneurs are 25 and under, which may make it more relatable for students. We hope that this conference inspires more students to start their own business or work in a startup.”

Companies: DroneCast / Temple University / Temple University Innovation & Entrepreneurship Institute

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