Marketplace Live Entrepreneurship Simulation Challenge at CEO Global Conference & Pitch Competition
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Marketplace Live Entrepreneurship Simulation Challenge at CEO Global Conference & Pitch Competition

The CEO Global Conference & Pitch Competition is a three day event featuring many different components. The Marketplace Live Simulation Challenge is an immersive virtual experience in which students attending the CEO Global Conference & Pitch Competition will compete in teams against one another for cash prizes. The competition will take place during the concurrent sessions on Saturday November 2, 2019. The event is Free for all attendees and CEO HQ will coordinate competition teams.

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When: Nov. 2, 2019
10L30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. (break) 2:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m.
Where: Tampa Marriott Waterside Hotel & Marina
700 S Florida Ave
Tampa, Florida  33602
United States
Contact: CEO Headquarters Staff
(813) 258-7236


Online registration is available until: 10/21/2019
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What are Marketplace Simulations?

Let your students experiment with entrepreneurship strategies in an engaging game-like exercise. They launch new products to the market and manage the entire product life cycle, from introduction to growth to maturity. Learning content is gradually and purposefully introduced as the market evolves.

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Core Learning Content

Entrepreneurship Start up and run a new venture.Students face new issues, decisions, and information as they naturally unfold over the life-cycle of a company/product.A pitch to outside investors can be added to further contribute to entrepreneurial insights.
Marketing Develop, price, and promote a portfolio of brands using strategies based upon segment needs, market size, price points, competition, and ability to adapt. Simulations in our new Bike Edition additionally cover the essentials of internet marketing.
Sales Create global expansion strategy based on market potential, costs, and available resources.
Manufacturing Project demand, schedule production, and invest in capacity expansions.Manage inventory, lost sales, and excess capacity.
Accounting/Finance Review intermediate level financial statements, brand profitability reports, and industry financial ratios in order to manage operations, cash, and profits.Plan ahead with multi-period pro forma accounting.Work with capital structure with equity and loan options.
Human Resources Create compensation packages, including employee benefits, and affect employee productivity.
Business Negotiations Negotiate R&D license agreements.


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