During a simulation, the students run companies in a futuristic market, where they manufacture and sell jet packs.
Students discuss and plan how their company can get ahead of the competition, and reach profitability and sustainability.
Analyzing market forecasts and competitors' public numbers lays the foundation for a market strategy
Using the available means of production, students develop a production plan that meets the needs of sales while keeping costs down.
There are several options for investments that must be considered in order to secure future revenue.
Using a cash flow budget, students must evaluate the need for loans and cost reduction to finance their investments.
Students should make a budget every year to validate their business plans.
The accounting sheets are generated automatically, and by analyzing them, the students will be able to improve their company.
The students have to set their product strategy based on forecasts and competition, and production, reaserch and investment costs.
Let your students dive into the topics you find most important to your course by adding modules. All modules are answered and corrected within the simulation. Correction is done automatically, and provides both the teacher and students with the results. The students' companies receive a cash bonus if they pass a given threshold, which motivates them to do their best.