BOSS Competition is a business competition popular among students from secondary schools around the world. This is already the 2nd edition and it gathered a total of 95 teams from 35 different countries. For 5 weeks teams competed for the title of the best virtual managers in the world. Read the article to find out who managed to win the place on the podium.

We did it! Business Simulation Games are now part of an elite group of barely 32 institutions from the entire world with the ISTE Seal of Alignment certificate.

In July, Revas starts implementing a project for the Organization of Eastern Caribbean States OECS. Elżbieta Szczepaniak, who is responsible for international projects at Revas, talks about how it happened that a start-up from Rzeszów will be training entrepreneurs at the other end of the world.

‘Students from the Philippines, Japan and England turned out to be the best virtual managers in the world.

For the 21st time already, Deloitte has announced the results of the international ranking – Deloitte Technology Fast 50 Central Europe. The ranking is published annually and presents 50 fastest growing technology companies in Central Europe. How did Revas do? Find out yourself

On August 27 we implemented a new version of Business Simulation Games. The new design provides faster and more convenient access to information.

You can’t learn to ride a bicycle by reading a book about it, can you? The same with business! You need a testing ground! That is why Amity International Business School Finance Lab decided to offer extra-curricular Virtual Entrepreneurship Training to their students.

Benefits of Revas Business Simulation Games

Virtual business – real skills? Read about the benefits of economic games in student development.

A great number of institutions are currently facing a challenge of implementing internships and work placements remotely. With a number of industries in a lockdown and many working under strict sanitary rules, it is getting more and more difficult to find ways for interns to complete this obligatory part of their course.

The idea of using Business Simulation Games as a family integrating game during quarantine is quite unusual. Check how it got implemented in the Montessori Latawiec Private Primary School in Sopot.