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European Business Game hosts semi-finals

5 April 2016

​European Business Game in Denmark is hosting semi-finals across the country for the next 2 weeks. 47 upper secondary schools and 1,800 pupils will compete.

European Business Game is a European competition for upper secondary school students, who compete to establish the best fictive company. During the school year, pupils go through the entire process from the idea and business plan to market research and financing plans, as the European Business Game is part of school lessons. Pupils work in project groups, where they put theoretical knowledge relating to business economics that they learned about in class, into practice in order to establish a fictive company.

In the course of the project, pupils spar with local banks and companies, who provide consultants and advisors. In that way, pupils are ensured a first-hand experience of the problems, requirements and tasks connected with establishing yourself as self-employed, including topics such as management, marketing, strategy and budget.
The Danish Bankers Association supports European Business Game as an organiser and sponsor, along with the Association of Business Economics Teachers at STX (FLE), the Association of Business Economics Teachers at HHX (DRØF), the Ministry of Children, Education and Gender Equality and Danish Commercial Industries Federation.
The semi-finals will be held in the next 2 weeks and 47 secondary schools will participate.
The finale will be held Thursday 28 April in Finanssektorens Hus.
For more information, please contact Head of Media Relations at the Danish Bankers Association, Stine Luise Hansen, tel.: +45 3016 1009
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