Murrieta Valley Virtual Business Teams Shine in State Enterprise Competition


Murrieta Valley High School’s Virtual Enterprise Program ReVision Business Plan team poses for a photo after finishing second on nearly 100 teams from across California at the State Competition in Bakersfield . Valley News / MVHS Virtual Company Photo

Murrieta Valley High School’s two virtual enterprise teams – ReVision and Eturyl – returned this week from a state competition, and one of those teams solidified their place in the national competition in New York this spring. The Virtual Business Program consists of students creating a simulated business that operates in a competitive environment with the aim of educating students with the key knowledge needed to grow a business and get closer to the real feel of how it works. of a real business. At the beginning of the year, the pupils of the classes collectively decide which two business ideas will be implemented. This year, ReVision, a company that sells blue light blocking glass

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