The “Virtual Business Competition on the Simexpert Platform,” coordinated by Alexandru Căpățână, took place at the Faculty of Economics and Business Administration on December 14, 2023. This event was an extraordinary platform for aspiring entrepreneurs, offering them the opportunity to present their business plans and receive valuable feedback from experts. The main goal of this competition was to educate and familiarize participants with business simulators. The competition focused on developing entrepreneurial skills, understanding industry challenges, promoting networking and collaboration, as well as experimenting in a controlled and safe environment.
The “Virtual Business Competition on the Simexpert Platform” was more than just a competition; it was a profound learning experience that enriched participants with practical skills and essential theoretical knowledge in entrepreneurship. It highlighted and leveraged the advantages of modern technology in education and business development. Through this initiative, participants were encouraged to explore and develop their entrepreneurial skills, thus preparing themselves for the challenges and opportunities in the business world.
Active interaction and teamwork were strong points of the event, fostering collaboration and creative thinking. Participants had the chance to experience business management in a virtual environment, learning to face real challenges in entrepreneurship.
In conclusion, the competition was a remarkable success, providing a valuable platform for the personal and professional development of future entrepreneurs. It is evident that such events are crucial for nurturing the entrepreneurial spirit among young people and preparing them for a successful career in business. The “Virtual Business Competition on the Simexpert Platform” was undoubtedly a significant step in this direction, marking a milestone in the academic calendar of the Faculty of Economics and Business Administration.
This project is co-financed by the European Union (EU) from the European Regional Development Fund through the Operational Competitiveness Program 2014-2020. Project title: Creating an Open Innovation Hub in the Southeast Region (OpenInnoHub) SMIS code 153386.
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