Something is missing from the SLC food scene. Crepes! Jordan Nilsson, a business administration major at the U, noticed this gap. After visiting restaurants in other states and South America that served the dish, he began to think about how crepes would be a cost effective and simple meal to serve in a restaurant of his own. Then he bought a food cart and launched Bon Appetit Crepes with help in the form of grants for $1,700 and $3,300 from the Get Seeded program provided by the Lassonde Entrepreneur Institute.
Find this article and a lot more in the 2017 “Student Innovation @ the U” report. The publication is presented by the Lassonde Entrepreneur Institute to celebrate student innovators, change-makers and entrepreneurs.