As part of their Business classes, Year 10 students were challenged to develop comprehensive business plans, encompassing various aspects such as presentations, websites, and social media presence. Through their remarkable efforts, these young minds demonstrated outstanding teamwork, creativity, and innovation.
Working in groups, the students recognised that pooling their skills, knowledge, and perspectives would enhance their collective ability to create remarkable business plans. Each student brought their unique talents to the table, contributing to the overall development of their plans.
Through group collaboration, students provided constructive feedback, refined their content, and supported each other in overcoming any presentation jitters. The result was a series of engaging and polished presentations that demonstrated their innovative business concepts.
Students put all their efforts to impress their Business teachers and their peers
The students took the assignment seriously, their business plans were very professional, and they put all their efforts to impress their Business teachers and their peers. Understanding the power of social media as a tool for business expansion, the students also established a strong online presence through platforms such as Instagram and Facebook. They developed engaging content, including captivating visuals and informative posts, to attract and engage their target audience. But that’s not all, they also used their technical skills and creativity to create websites aligned with their business objectives, effectively conveying their brand identity and providing relevant information to potential customers.
Significance of teamwork, effective communication, adaptability, and innovation in the world of business
Although all teams showed dedication and hard work, some of them really stood out – Timea Turo’s and Andrej Fekete’s “Donti”, a company that makes dog toys out of recycled materials, and Mattia Vuk Nicoli’s “StatCo”, a data processing company. Great work was done by Eo Stojadinović and Blagoje Tofilovski for “Electrified”, and Jovana Ignjatović and Sergej Jamšek for “E-ScooterGo”. “LAS” textile business by Vladica Vukić, Jakša Medan and Vukašin Davidović was worth mentioning too, as well as “Poppy travels” by Vuk Milutinović, Ivona Šćepanović and Daria Slomić. Lower Secondary students also took part in this competition. They contributed with great ideas, especially Sara Janjanin with her company “Happy Letters”.
The commitment, dedication, and collaboration demonstrated by International School students in their “Great Marketing” Project were rewarded not only with suitable grades but also with invaluable real-world experience. Throughout this project, the students learned firsthand the significance of teamwork, effective communication, adaptability, and innovation in the world of business. These skills will undoubtedly serve them well in their future endeavours, empowering them to seize opportunities with confidence.