Category Archives: Entrepreneur

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 »

Marketplace Simulations Empowers the Next Generation of Entrepreneurs in Trinidad and Tobago

Marketplace Simulations has partnered with National Secondary School Entrepreneurship Competition (NSSEC) for their 2018 simulation competition in Trinidad and Tobago. In all, 575 students and 70 teachers participated in the competition. Competition Information In Trinidad and Tobago, the students competed against each other using Marketplace’s entrepreneurship simulation, Introduction to Business and Strategy. The competition was… Read More »

Hope Springs Eternal with Simulation Learning

Discover the latest news, updates, and articles with the Marketplace Simulations seasonal newsletter. Learn about the release of our newest serious business games. Understand the pedagogy behind simulation learning and how it can impact your course. Read news and articles that influence higher education today. Click to Read More  

6 Tough Lessons for Entrepreneurs That Can Be Learned from Simulations

New entrepreneurs encounter some of the toughest lessons in the business world. Failing early and often helps expedite the learning curve, but many entrepreneurs struggle to recover from such setbacks. Here are six hard lessons that your students can and should learn in the safety of a business simulation game and not in the real… Read More »