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WHAT IS WOLFFEST?

Wolffest is a 3-day pop up food festival that takes place at the University of Houston every year. All proceeds of the event go directly to student scholarships. 

 

In 2017 alone, Wolffest raised over $210,000 in student scholarships in 2017 and had over 25,000+ attendees throughout the three days. 

Wolffest is also 100% student-lead. That's right! Undergraduate entrepreneurship students fundraise, operate, market, finance, and complete everything they would need to run the business. 

GRADING SCALE

Wolffest is ran by 7 different teams competing to be ranked the best pop-up restaurant in 4 different categories:

Capital Raised

WHERE DOES THE MONEY GO?

Scholarships

Graduation

Team Building Retreats

Future Wolffest Costs

CYVIA & MELVYN 

WOLFF CENTER FOR ENTREPRENEURSHIP

Ranked #2 in the Nation based on Princeton Review

The Cyvia and Melvyn Wolff Center for Entrepreneurship at the University of Houston is a program that selects 35-40 qualified entrepreneurial students to develop their leadership skills and educate them on how to execute and manage a successful business.

The Wolff Center believes in fostering relationships, leadership skills, and business strategy through classes and hands-on projects including an Intellectual Property project in which teams of students receive patented technology and spend 6 months finding the market, industry, and preparing the business plan for business plan competitions.

 

Other hands-on projects include Mock-Term Negotiation, Prison Entrepreneurship Program, and Wolffest. These learning experiences push us past our comfort zones to grow.

Purpose, 

Strategy, 

CYVIA & MELVYN 

WOLFF CENTER FOR ENTREPRENEURSHIP

Ranked #2 in the Nation based on Princeton Review

The Wolff Center believes in fostering relationships, leadership skills, and business strategy through classes and hands-on projects including an Intellectual Property project in which teams of students receive patented technology and spend 6 months finding the market, industry, and preparing the business plan for business plan competitions.

 

Other hands-on projects include Mock-Term Negotiation, Prison Entrepreneurship Program, and Wolffest. These learning experiences push us past our comfort zones to grow.

The Cyvia and Melvyn Wolff Center for Entrepreneurship at the University of Houston is a program that selects 35-40 qualified entrepreneurial students to develop their leadership skills and educate them on how to execute and manage a successful business.

Purpose, 

Strategy, 

& Implementation.

net profit

culture

marketing

teams compete

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