Murrieta Valley Virtual Enterprise teams come up short at national championships

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Murrieta Valley High School Virtual Enterprise program sends two teams to compete recently at the National Business Plan Championships in New York City. Murrieta Valley High School Virtual Enterprise photo
Murrieta Valley High School Virtual Enterprise teams – Nurture and Safe N’ Sound – performed “extremely well” recently at the National Business Plan Championships in New York City, but neither team made it to the final round of competition, according to Joel Levin, coordinator of the school’s Virtual Enterprise program. According to Levin, though the business plan competition is the biggest event during the trip, the teams did compete in several other competitions and did well. The human resources team from the Safe N’ Sound team came in second place in that competition, and the team’s marketing plan group finished in the Top 10. Edwin Kuang participated in the Global Business Challenge, and his team came in first place. [caption id="attachment_314" align="alignright" wi
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