Houston Cougars compete at “Wolffest” entrpreneur restaurant competition

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HOUSTON - University of Houston students are putting their business skills to the test during a three day cooking competition.

The "Wolffest" competition is part of an entrepreneurship degree program offered by the Wolff Center for Entrepreneurship.

Seven teams are tasked with creating pop-up restaurants that will showcase the student's ability to manage revenue, operations, delegating, organizing, negotiating and evaluating their own business.

Money earned from Wolffest is put back into scholarship funds for the Wolff Center of Entrepreneurship at the Bauer College of Business to help offset the cost of next year's event.

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