BYU-Idaho Radio · BYU-Idaho students start small businesses on campus

BYU-Idaho's Integrated Business Corps businesses are back in full swing this semester. They’re selling lots of tasty treats and tie-dye clothes.  

During an entire semester, students develop a business with a brand and product and then sell their food or wares. Students like Jacob Aguilera, who runs a churro stand amidst the other businesses, spend hours working with their fellow classmates turned business partners, to create the most successful product they can. 

"We have meetings in the morning, we meet with our professors who teach us stuff. although booth hours for each person are only about 2-hour or 3 a week. So there is a lot that goes into it outside of that," Aguilera said.

You can find these businesses in the David O. McKay Library Quad and the Joseph F. Smith Building on campus from 11 a.m. - 2 p.m.

Churros A La Rex: Here

Mad Dawgs: Here

N'ice Hawaiian Shaved Ice: Here

Carnival Cravings: Here

Woofles Co.: Here