FSU entrepreneurship students win top awards in global competition


A Florida State University student has emerged as the winner of a statewide competition for student-entrepreneurs and will represent Florida at the national finals of the Global Student Entrepreneur Awards (GSEA) next year.

Senior Hannah King — owner of Woven Futures, a business that markets the unique craftsmanship of Guatemalan textile weavers — earned a cash prize of $2,500 and about $20,000 worth of business services after winning the GSEA competition in Miami, Nov. 14.

FSU senior Adam Serota, owner of Heritage Apparel, which offers custom design and printing options mainly for shirts, won second place.