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About About Marketplace Simulations

Marketplace Simulations is a family of over 30 marketing and business simulations designed for university business courses and executive business programs. Our business simulation games allow students to experiment with business strategies, test business ideas, and experience the consequences of their actions in a virtual business environment. With a purpose to create business education tools that are both engaging and transformative, our most popular and best simulation games include Introduction to Marketing, Venture Strategy, Strategic Marketing, and Business Fundamentals. Other top selling games include, Introduction to Business and Strategy, Conscious Capitalism, and International Corporate Management. For more information or to schedule a personal tour of an online simulation game, please contact one of our Product Specialists at +1-865-522-1946.

New to Marketplace: January 2020

We’re happy to welcome these new universities and institutions to the Marketplace Community. British Columbia Institute of Technology eserp Muhlenberg College Florida Institute of Technology Southwest University ZSCKR w Chrobrzu UNIVERSIDAD INTERNACIONAL SEK Midwestern State University Brainforce Andrews University Ohio State University Our Lady of the Lake University George Fox University University of Houston –… Read More »

New to Marketplace: November 2019

We’re happy to welcome these new universities and institutions to the Marketplace Community. Geneva School of Business Administration The University of Rhode Island University of Dallas Concordia of Chicago Saint Joseph’s University CI Management & Consulting LLC University of Pavia Anglo American University University of New York in Prague Colorado Christian University Universidad Pontificia Comillas… Read More »

Marketplace Around the World: UASLP Competition

Marketplace Simulations is proud to feature another distinguished partnership with the Mexican business education community. Hosted by the Universidad Autonoma de San Luis Potosí School of Economics (UASLP) though their Financial and Stock Market Laboratory, over 80 teams and 300 participants are competing in a two-month-long business competition used Marketplace’s Introduction to Business and Strategy… Read More »

The Ultimate Guide to Active Learning in the College Classroom: Part 6 – 6 Steps to a Semester of Flipped Classes

Most flipped courses in a university setting organize themselves around a single project, like an inter-class business competition or a long-term science experiment. For the course to work, students need to be able to apply what they’ve learned after just a few weeks of lectures. You can create a non-project course where all or most… Read More »

The Ultimate Guide to Active Learning in the College Classroom: Part 5 – How to Flip Your Classroom for a Day

You’ve tried integrating a few active learning exercises into your lectures and you know what works. Taking the next step and flipping your classroom for a day isn’t that complicated. Simply designating a day in your syllabus for an in-class competition or a field trip can bring an element of experiential learning to your course.… Read More »

The Ultimate Guide to Active Learning in the College Classroom: Part 4 – Short Active Learning Exercises that Make Lecture More Effective

We’re back with more installments of The Ultimate Guide to Active Learning in the College Classroom, our deep dive into practical ideas and strategies to transform your classroom. If you need to catch up, read Part 1, Part 2, or Part 3. Now, let’s move on to Part 4: Short Active Learning Exercises that Make Lecture… Read More »

Marketplace Around the World: Mexico

Although based out of Tennessee, Marketplace Simulations is providing world-class business education for students and participants in over 750 universities worldwide, in 9 different languages. Marketplace is proud to support our partners in Mexico for two upcoming events: Bienvenidos Monterrey 2019, del 27 al 30 de Mayo Hosted by the University of Monterrey, the XIX… Read More »