Definitely not. This tender was the most difficult between the ones in which we, as Revas, have participated so far. During the first stage, OECS conducted a market study of business simulations on their own. They were testing the games themselves and examined the available functionalities. After the first stage was finished, participation in the tender was offered to only 3 companies. Taking part in it required us to demonstrate that our team had extensive experience. It was primarily about showing the history of implementing large scale simulation projects in various institutions (schools, universities, NGOs). But apart from that, the team of experts nominated for the implementation of the project had to present proof of, for example, giving advice on the preparation of business plans, organizing competitions with the use of simulations and conducting workshops for entrepreneurs from at least 1 country of the Small Island States. It took over a month to collect all the necessary recommendations, certificates from offices and courts, and to prepare the entire documentation. The offer in its final version had over 100 pages.