HSUEC Best Idea Voting 2021


Welcome to the public online voting competition for the 2021 High School Utah Entrepreneur Challenge. Voting will be open from March 12 at 8 a.m. to March 26 at 5 p.m. The team with the most votes will receive recognition and a $500 cash prize. The winner will be announced on March 27. Students ages 14-18 from across the state are competing in the High School Utah Entrepreneur Challenge for $25,000 in cash and scholarships. The program is managed the Lassonde Entrepreneur Institute and sponsored by Zions Bank.


Voting closes Friday, March 26, 2021, at 5 p.m.

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VOTING INSTRUCTIONS: View the team presentations below. Then vote for up to three (3) teams. When you submit your vote, you must enter an email address. You will receive an automated email from Crowdsignal (our voting software platform), and you must click on the confirmation link to register your vote. Results will be evaluated for cheating before a winner is announced.

Presentations for Top 20 Teams

Acti-Vest (Juan Diego Catholic High School)

Alteration Annie’s (West High School)

Bayern Auto (American Fork High School)

Branch Bomb (Woods Cross High School)

Busy Bee Box (Woods Cross High School)

ConnecTeen (Waterford School)

Eggshell Remover (Springville High School)

Floura (Taylorsville High School)

FoodFinds (Park City High School)

Ivy Health (American Fork High School)

Jesperson Inc. (American Fork High School)

Lazorback (Blue Peak High School)

Lending Lions (Rowland Hall-St. Mark’s)

LitFit (West High School)

Mighty Mist (Academy for Math, Engineering and Science)

Pocket Garden (Hillcrest High School)

Polaris Printing (Park City High School)

Ringo Leveling the Testing Field (West High School)

The Orca (West Jordan High School)

Voltage Electric Kart Systems (Park City High School)