The competition saw Year 9 students, with the guidance of their Business Mentors, compete in an online business simulation game that replicates the real world, as well as a questionnaire about ethical business and sustainability. This year’s competition was bigger than ever, with over 4,500 students taking part nationwide.
Amanda Skillan, Business in the Community’s Education Manager for Manchester, said this of the event:
It was a delight and a pleasure to have the students at Whalley Range participate in the Mosaic Enterprise Challenge; we all enjoyed spending the day with them while they competed in teams playing the online business game. The students who participated were so engaged and showed much enthusiasm for the competition and for business as a whole. It was a great day of competition and I was very impressed with their business expertise. Good luck Whalley Range!