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DECA Virtual Business Challenge

DECA Virtual Business Challenge

Entrepreneurship and Advanced Marketing program students achieved significant success in this year's DECA virtual business challenges. The competition, known for its rigorous evaluation of business insight, creativity, and strategic planning, witnessed outstanding performances across various categories.

In the Entrepreneurship Challenge, Yanira Zarate clinched second place in Michigan, showcasing her innovative approach and understanding of entrepreneurial principles. Close on her heels, Kurtis O’Donnell secured third place, demonstrating exceptional strategic thinking and business planning skills. Kendall McKouen rounded out the impressive showing with a fourth-place finish, underscoring the depth of talent within the program.

The Fashion Challenge saw a dynamic duo, Madeline Martinez Montes and Amanda Ruiz Jimenez, outshine the competition to secure first place in Michigan. Their collaboration highlighted a unique blend of creativity, market understanding, and fashion-forward thinking, setting a high benchmark for future competitors.

In Personal Finance, Kara White achieved second place in Michigan, reflecting her firm grasp of financial management and planning concepts. Kennedy Johnston also earned third place, further emphasizing the participants' adeptness in navigating the complex world of personal finance.

These achievements are a testament to the student's hard work and dedication and reflect the quality of education and mentorship they receive. The success of these young entrepreneurs and marketers exemplifies the rigorous training and real-world preparation they receive, preparing them for future challenges in the business world.

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