UPS business students win PLU entrepreneur awards

Four University of Puget Sound business students have been singled out as outstanding young entrepreneurs by the business school at Pacific Lutheran University.
The quartet are recipients of the fourth annual Young Entrepreneur Award.
The awards are sponsored by PLU, KeyBank, and the Herbert B. Jones Foundation.
After review, the four Puget Sound students were selected for the $500 awards.
The students and their businesses are:
Brandon Andrade, World Wide Technology Solutions LLP. The company develops software for the health care industry. Andrade is a senior from Las Vegas, graduating from the Business Leadership Program.
Matthew Peterson, M. Peterson Financial Services. Peterson is a senior economics major. He’s weighing options for after graduation, including finance jobs on both coasts.
Luke Collova, Spin Tour Productions. Collova, a senior, arranges freestyle skiing competitions.
Joel Yarmon, Iceware Technologies. Iceware Technologies is a computer consulting business focusing on small businesses in the West. Yarmon is a junior.
The winners were honored at a banquet May 10 in Chris Knutzen Hall at PLU’s University Center.