Most of the materials available on the market for business and economics teachers are general in terms of their content, and not profiled to professions. Therefore, the students must imagine running a business in an unknown reality or use abstract names of products, equipment and resources. Thanks to Revas Business Simulations Games, it is possible to choose tools for the professions chosen by the students. For example, mechanical school students can learn business using the “Car repair shop” simulation. By managing a virtual car repair shop, students will make specific decisions in their industry, e.g. regarding the purchase of equipment (e.g. car jack, diagnostic computer, tool trolleys, etc.) or parts (brake blocks, filters, starters, etc.). In turn, the “Beauty salon” simulation uses industry terms such as darsonval, autoclave, wapozon, and in the “Transport Company” students will consolidate terms such as carrier liability insurance, electronic toll collection system, transport exchange. Thanks to the above, the students can associate economic lessons with vocational subjects, consolidate industry vocabulary and, above all, find their way in the market reality of their industry.