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SIFE BCIT\'s National Presentation for the ACE National Exposition. Our team made it to the semi-finals.

SIFE BCIT\'s National Presentation for the ACE National Exposition. Our team made it to the semi-finals.


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    • 1. TEST SLIDE
    • 2. 98%
    • 3. gq
    • 4. Neil Gibbings President of SIFE BCIT
    • 5. Daniel Smith MindWorks Project Manager
    • 6. Sandra Joe MindWorks Project Manager
    • 7. Tetyana Yamshchikova Co-Director of ICE Promotions
    • 8. Brent Charleton MindWorks Project Manager
    • 9. 75 Venture Partners
    • 10. Over 7,000 Hours
    • 11. 26 Projects & Initiatives
    • 12. 4 PROJECTS
    • 13. 4 PROJECTS Student Initiative Showdown Entrepreneurial Incubator Spring Living Fair SIFE Stimulus
    • 14. 4 PROJECTS 7 CRITERIA Student Initiative Showdown Entrepreneurial Incubator Spring Living Fair SIFE Stimulus
    • 15. 4 PROJECTS 7 CRITERIA Student Initiative Showdown Market Economics Success Skills Entrepreneurial Incubator Entrepreneurship Spring Living Fair Financial Literacy SIFE Stimulus Environmental Sustainability Business Ethics Sustainability
    • 16. REAL IDEAS
    • 17. REAL IDEAS SUCCESSFUL ENTREPRENEURS
    • 18. REAL IDEAS SUCCESSFUL ENTREPRENEURS
    • 19. Youth Development Program
    • 20. Youth Development Program Established 8 Years Ago
    • 21. STUDENT INITIATIVE SHOWDOWN
    • 22. STUDENT INITIATIVE SHOWDOWN
    • 23. STUDENT INITIATIVE SHOWDOWN
    • 24. STUDENT INITIATIVE SHOWDOWN
    • 25. STUDENT INITIATIVE SHOWDOWN • business competition
    • 26. STUDENT INITIATIVE SHOWDOWN • business competition • 23 students in 6 teams
    • 27. PROJECT 1: STUDENT INITIATIVE SHOWDOWN
    • 28. PROJECT 1: STUDENT INITIATIVE SHOWDOWN 2 GOALS
    • 29. PROJECT 1: STUDENT INITIATIVE SHOWDOWN 2 GOALS 1. Provide opportunities to develop
    • 30. PROJECT 1: STUDENT INITIATIVE SHOWDOWN 2 GOALS 1. Provide opportunities to develop • entrepreneurial knowledge
    • 31. PROJECT 1: STUDENT INITIATIVE SHOWDOWN 2 GOALS 1. Provide opportunities to develop • entrepreneurial knowledge • financial education
    • 32. PROJECT 1: STUDENT INITIATIVE SHOWDOWN 2 GOALS 1. Provide opportunities to develop • entrepreneurial knowledge • financial education • success skills
    • 33. PROJECT 1: STUDENT INITIATIVE SHOWDOWN 2 GOALS 2. Build self-confidence through
    • 34. PROJECT 1: STUDENT INITIATIVE SHOWDOWN 2 GOALS 2. Build self-confidence through • positive guidance
    • 35. PROJECT 1: STUDENT INITIATIVE SHOWDOWN 2 GOALS 2. Build self-confidence through • positive guidance • support
    • 36. PROJECT 1: STUDENT INITIATIVE SHOWDOWN
    • 37. PROJECT 1: STUDENT INITIATIVE SHOWDOWN
    • 38. PROJECT 1: STUDENT INITIATIVE SHOWDOWN SIFE BCIT provided
    • 39. PROJECT 1: STUDENT INITIATIVE SHOWDOWN SIFE BCIT provided • one-on-one tutoring
    • 40. PROJECT 1: STUDENT INITIATIVE SHOWDOWN SIFE BCIT provided • one-on-one tutoring • mentorship
    • 41. PROJECT 1: STUDENT INITIATIVE SHOWDOWN SIFE BCIT provided • one-on-one tutoring • mentorship • business workshops
    • 42. PROJECT 1: STUDENT INITIATIVE SHOWDOWN
    • 43. PROJECT 1: STUDENT INITIATIVE SHOWDOWN Students learned
    • 44. PROJECT 1: STUDENT INITIATIVE SHOWDOWN Students learned • financial literacy
    • 45. PROJECT 1: STUDENT INITIATIVE SHOWDOWN Students learned • financial literacy • marketing
    • 46. PROJECT 1: STUDENT INITIATIVE SHOWDOWN Students learned • financial literacy • marketing • presentation skills
    • 47. PROJECT 1: STUDENT INITIATIVE SHOWDOWN
    • 48. PROJECT 1: STUDENT INITIATIVE SHOWDOWN
    • 49. PROJECT 1: STUDENT INITIATIVE SHOWDOWN Insurance Business Needed
    • 50. PROJECT 1: STUDENT INITIATIVE SHOWDOWN Insurance Business Needed $10,000 in annual locker theft
    • 51. PROJECT 1: STUDENT INITIATIVE SHOWDOWN Insurance Business Needed
    • 52. PROJECT 1: STUDENT INITIATIVE SHOWDOWN Insurance Business Needed survey conducted
    • 53. PROJECT 1: STUDENT INITIATIVE SHOWDOWN Insurance Business Needed
    • 54. PROJECT 1: STUDENT INITIATIVE SHOWDOWN
    • 55. PROJECT 1: STUDENT INITIATIVE SHOWDOWN Due to the SIS
    • 56. PROJECT 1: STUDENT INITIATIVE SHOWDOWN Due to the SIS business plan formulated
    • 57. PROJECT 1: STUDENT INITIATIVE SHOWDOWN Due to the SIS
    • 58. PROJECT 1: STUDENT INITIATIVE SHOWDOWN Due to the SIS partnership with SIFE BCIT
    • 59. PROJECT 1: STUDENT INITIATIVE SHOWDOWN
    • 60. PROJECT 1: STUDENT INITIATIVE SHOWDOWN Over 700 Hours
    • 61. PROJECT 1: STUDENT INITIATIVE SHOWDOWN
    • 62. PROJECT 1: STUDENT INITIATIVE SHOWDOWN
    • 63. PROJECT 1: STUDENT INITIATIVE SHOWDOWN analysed local market
    • 64. PROJECT 1: STUDENT INITIATIVE SHOWDOWN analysed local market defined unmet need
    • 65. PROJECT 1: STUDENT INITIATIVE SHOWDOWN analysed local market defined unmet need created plan
    • 66. PROJECT 1: STUDENT INITIATIVE SHOWDOWN analysed local market defined unmet need created plan executed plan
    • 67. STUDENT INITIATIVE SHOWDOWN
    • 68. STUDENT INITIATIVE SHOWDOWN Final Presentation
    • 69. STUDENT INITIATIVE SHOWDOWN Final Presentation $800 Scholarship
    • 70. Teaches Business Skills
    • 71. Teaches Business Skills Provided Office Space
    • 72. ENTREPRENEURIAL INCUBATOR
    • 73. ENTREPRENEURIAL INCUBATOR
    • 74. ENTREPRENEURIAL INCUBATOR
    • 75. ENTREPRENEURIAL INCUBATOR Teaching Business Lesson
    • 76. ENTREPRENEURIAL INCUBATOR Teaching Business Lesson Cost-Reducing Impact
    • 77. PROJECT 2: ENTREPRENEURIAL INCUBATOR
    • 78. PROJECT 2: ENTREPRENEURIAL INCUBATOR
    • 79. PROJECT 2: ENTREPRENEURIAL INCUBATOR Mory Mosadegh
    • 80. PROJECT 2: ENTREPRENEURIAL INCUBATOR Mory Mosadegh leadership training & consulting business
    • 81. PROJECT 2: ENTREPRENEURIAL INCUBATOR
    • 82. PROJECT 2: ENTREPRENEURIAL INCUBATOR Mory Mosadegh
    • 83. PROJECT 2: ENTREPRENEURIAL INCUBATOR Mory Mosadegh • Born in Iran
    • 84. PROJECT 2: ENTREPRENEURIAL INCUBATOR Mory Mosadegh • Born in Iran • Immigrated to Canada
    • 85. PROJECT 2: ENTREPRENEURIAL INCUBATOR Mory Mosadegh • Born in Iran • Immigrated to Canada • Found inspiration & opportunity in BC
    • 86. PROJECT 2: ENTREPRENEURIAL INCUBATOR
    • 87. PROJECT 2: ENTREPRENEURIAL INCUBATOR Develop Business Plan
    • 88. PROJECT 2: ENTREPRENEURIAL INCUBATOR Develop Business Plan Without Office Space
    • 89. PROJECT 2: ENTREPRENEURIAL INCUBATOR
    • 90. PROJECT 2: ENTREPRENEURIAL INCUBATOR Little Success Before SIFE BCIT
    • 91. PROJECT 2: ENTREPRENEURIAL INCUBATOR
    • 92. PROJECT 2: ENTREPRENEURIAL INCUBATOR
    • 93. PROJECT 2: ENTREPRENEURIAL INCUBATOR SIFE BCIT...
    • 94. PROJECT 2: ENTREPRENEURIAL INCUBATOR SIFE BCIT... • secured the donation of $10,000 office space
    • 95. PROJECT 2: ENTREPRENEURIAL INCUBATOR SIFE BCIT... • secured the donation of $10,000 office space • saved Mory start-up costs
    • 96. PROJECT 2: ENTREPRENEURIAL INCUBATOR Helped set-up
    • 97. PROJECT 2: ENTREPRENEURIAL INCUBATOR Helped set-up
    • 98. PROJECT 2: ENTREPRENEURIAL INCUBATOR Helped set-up • financial statements
    • 99. PROJECT 2: ENTREPRENEURIAL INCUBATOR Helped set-up • financial statements • marketing program
    • 100. PROJECT 2: ENTREPRENEURIAL INCUBATOR Helped set-up • financial statements • marketing program • website with video
    • 101. PROJECT 2: ENTREPRENEURIAL INCUBATOR
    • 102. PROJECT 2: ENTREPRENEURIAL INCUBATOR Business Vision Developing
    • 103. PROJECT 2: ENTREPRENEURIAL INCUBATOR
    • 104. PROJECT 2: ENTREPRENEURIAL INCUBATOR Achievement of Milestones
    • 105. PROJECT 2: ENTREPRENEURIAL INCUBATOR
    • 106. PROJECT 2: ENTREPRENEURIAL INCUBATOR Developed Online Marketing
    • 107. PROJECT 2: ENTREPRENEURIAL INCUBATOR
    • 108. PROJECT 2: ENTREPRENEURIAL INCUBATOR
    • 109. PROJECT 2: ENTREPRENEURIAL INCUBATOR Mory now has
    • 110. PROJECT 2: ENTREPRENEURIAL INCUBATOR Mory now has • a realistic business plan
    • 111. PROJECT 2: ENTREPRENEURIAL INCUBATOR Mory now has • a realistic business plan • attainable goals
    • 112. PROJECT 2: ENTREPRENEURIAL INCUBATOR Mory now has • a realistic business plan • attainable goals • tools to achieve his goals
    • 113. SPRING LIVING FAIR
    • 114. SPRING LIVING FAIR
    • 115. SPRING LIVING FAIR
    • 116. SPRING LIVING FAIR Addressed Growing Interest
    • 117. SPRING LIVING FAIR Addressed Growing Interest Promoted Local Entrepreneurs
    • 118. PROJECT 3: SPRING LIVING FAIR
    • 119. PROJECT 3: SPRING LIVING FAIR
    • 120. PROJECT 3: SPRING LIVING FAIR Last year...
    • 121. PROJECT 3: SPRING LIVING FAIR Last year... • one-day event
    • 122. PROJECT 3: SPRING LIVING FAIR Last year... • one-day event • 23 local vendors
    • 123. PROJECT 3: SPRING LIVING FAIR Last year... • one-day event • 23 local vendors • raised $4,000 in revenue
    • 124. PROJECT 3: SPRING LIVING FAIR Last year... • one-day event • 23 local vendors • raised $4,000 in revenue • attracted 1,000 visitors
    • 125. PROJECT 3: SPRING LIVING FAIR
    • 126. PROJECT 3: SPRING LIVING FAIR Last Year’s Success =
    • 127. PROJECT 3: SPRING LIVING FAIR Last Year’s Success = 1 EVENT 3 EVENTS
    • 128. PROJECT 3: SPRING LIVING FAIR Last Year’s Success = 1 EVENT 3 EVENTS OVER 2 DAYS
    • 129. PROJECT 3: SPRING LIVING FAIR
    • 130. PROJECT 3: SPRING LIVING FAIR
    • 131. PROJECT 3: SPRING LIVING FAIR ETHICAL CHOICES
    • 132. PROJECT 3: SPRING LIVING FAIR ETHICAL CHOICES • continuation of last year
    • 133. PROJECT 3: SPRING LIVING FAIR ETHICAL CHOICES • continuation of last year • products & services
    • 134. PROJECT 3: SPRING LIVING FAIR ETHICAL CHOICES • continuation of last year • products & services • 37 local vendors
    • 135. PROJECT 3: SPRING LIVING FAIR
    • 136. PROJECT 3: SPRING LIVING FAIR
    • 137. PROJECT 3: SPRING LIVING FAIR ETHICAL BEATS
    • 138. PROJECT 3: SPRING LIVING FAIR ETHICAL BEATS • benefit concert
    • 139. PROJECT 3: SPRING LIVING FAIR ETHICAL BEATS • benefit concert • volunteered performances
    • 140. PROJECT 3: SPRING LIVING FAIR ETHICAL BEATS • benefit concert • volunteered performances • raised $1,200 for the Downtown Eastside
    • 141. PROJECT 3: SPRING LIVING FAIR ETHICAL BEATS • benefit concert • volunteered performances • raised $1,200 for the Downtown Eastside
    • 142. PROJECT 3: SPRING LIVING FAIR
    • 143. PROJECT 3: SPRING LIVING FAIR
    • 144. PROJECT 3: SPRING LIVING FAIR ETHICAL THREADS
    • 145. PROJECT 3: SPRING LIVING FAIR ETHICAL THREADS • fashion show
    • 146. PROJECT 3: SPRING LIVING FAIR ETHICAL THREADS • fashion show • 19 eco-friendly clothing designers
    • 147. PROJECT 3: SPRING LIVING FAIR
    • 148. PROJECT 3: SPRING LIVING FAIR
    • 149. PROJECT 3: SPRING LIVING FAIR Over the Weekend
    • 150. PROJECT 3: SPRING LIVING FAIR Over the Weekend 56 vendors
    • 151. PROJECT 3: SPRING LIVING FAIR Over the Weekend 56 vendors 2,000 visitors
    • 152. PROJECT 3: SPRING LIVING FAIR Over the Weekend 56 vendors 2,000 visitors $12,000 in revenue
    • 153. PROJECT 3: SPRING LIVING FAIR 200% increase in revenue
    • 154. PROJECT 3: SPRING LIVING FAIR
    • 155. PROJECT 3: SPRING LIVING FAIR
    • 156. PROJECT 3: SPRING LIVING FAIR Sponsorship Value
    • 157. PROJECT 3: SPRING LIVING FAIR Sponsorship Value $21,000
    • 158. PROJECT 3: SPRING LIVING FAIR Sponsorship Value $21,000
    • 159. PROJECT 3: SPRING LIVING FAIR Sponsorship Value $21,000
    • 160. PROJECT 3: SPRING LIVING FAIR Sponsorship Value $21,000
    • 161. PROJECT 3: SPRING LIVING FAIR Sponsorship Value $21,000
    • 162. PROJECT 3: SPRING LIVING FAIR
    • 163. PROJECT 3: SPRING LIVING FAIR
    • 164. PROJECT 3: SPRING LIVING FAIR Database of Entrepreneurs
    • 165. PROJECT 3: SPRING LIVING FAIR
    • 166. PROJECT 3: SPRING LIVING FAIR Looking Forward to Next Year
    • 167. Bailouts + Stimulus Packages
    • 168. Bailouts + Stimulus Packages =
    • 169. Bailouts + Stimulus Packages = Entrepreneurs Getting Lost
    • 170. SIFE STIMULUS
    • 171. SIFE STIMULUS
    • 172. Many Potential Entrepreneurs
    • 173. Many Potential Entrepreneurs Few Running Own Business
    • 174. PROJECT 4: SIFE STIMULUS
    • 175. PROJECT 4: SIFE STIMULUS
    • 176. PROJECT 4: SIFE STIMULUS Survey showed
    • 177. PROJECT 4: SIFE STIMULUS Survey showed • 90% want to start a business
    • 178. PROJECT 4: SIFE STIMULUS Survey showed • 90% want to start a business • cost & time challenges
    • 179. PROJECT 4: SIFE STIMULUS Survey showed
    • 180. PROJECT 4: SIFE STIMULUS Survey showed • website necessary
    • 181. PROJECT 4: SIFE STIMULUS Survey showed • website necessary • no knowledge or skill
    • 182. PROJECT 4: SIFE STIMULUS
    • 183. PROJECT 4: SIFE STIMULUS Reduce Costs
    • 184. PROJECT 4: SIFE STIMULUS Reduce Costs Create Websites
    • 185. PROJECT 4: SIFE STIMULUS
    • 186. PROJECT 4: SIFE STIMULUS
    • 187. PROJECT 4: SIFE STIMULUS Free Website For A Year
    • 188. PROJECT 4: SIFE STIMULUS
    • 189. PROJECT 4: SIFE STIMULUS CityMax
    • 190. PROJECT 4: SIFE STIMULUS CityMax Customizable Websites
    • 191. PROJECT 4: SIFE STIMULUS
    • 192. PROJECT 4: SIFE STIMULUS
    • 193. PROJECT 4: SIFE STIMULUS Dean Gagnon
    • 194. PROJECT 4: SIFE STIMULUS Dean Gagnon • waived costs
    • 195. PROJECT 4: SIFE STIMULUS Dean Gagnon • waived costs • no direct cost to company
    • 196. PROJECT 4: SIFE STIMULUS
    • 197. PROJECT 4: SIFE STIMULUS 50 students
    • 198. PROJECT 4: SIFE STIMULUS 50 students =
    • 199. PROJECT 4: SIFE STIMULUS 50 students = $14,302 in savings
    • 200. PROJECT 4: SIFE STIMULUS
    • 201. PROJECT 4: SIFE STIMULUS 15 More Universities Across Canada
    • 202. PROJECT 4: SIFE STIMULUS
    • 203. PROJECT 4: SIFE STIMULUS 1,000 More Sites
    • 204. PROJECT 4: SIFE STIMULUS 1,000 More Sites =
    • 205. PROJECT 4: SIFE STIMULUS 1,000 More Sites = $247,915 in economic savings
    • 206. PROJECT 4: SIFE STIMULUS
    • 207. PROJECT 4: SIFE STIMULUS Offering to Other SIFE Teams
    • 208. PROJECT 4: SIFE STIMULUS
    • 209. PROJECT 4: SIFE STIMULUS Sepy Bazzazi
    • 210. PROJECT 4: SIFE STIMULUS Sepy Bazzazi Sateen Fighting Gear
    • 211. PROJECT 4: SIFE STIMULUS Sepy Bazzazi Sateen Fighting Gear • One-week trial
    • 212. PROJECT 4: SIFE STIMULUS Sepy Bazzazi Sateen Fighting Gear • One-week trial • Lower Mainland Costcos
    • 213. PROJECT 4: SIFE STIMULUS Sepy Bazzazi Sateen Fighting Gear • One-week trial • Lower Mainland Costcos • $20,000 in inventory
    • 214. Student Initiative Showdown
    • 215. Student Initiative Entrepreneurial Showdown Incubator
    • 216. Student Initiative Entrepreneurial Showdown Incubator Spring Living Fair
    • 217. Student Initiative Entrepreneurial Showdown Incubator Spring Living Fair SIFE Stimulus
    • 218. Student Initiative Entrepreneurial Showdown Incubator 7 SIFE CRITERIA Spring Living Fair SIFE Stimulus
    • 219. Criterion 1 MARKET ECONOMICS
    • 220. Criterion 1 MARKET ECONOMICS Global Recession
    • 221. Criterion 1 MARKET ECONOMICS Global Recession Teach Market Economics
    • 222. Criterion 1 MARKET ECONOMICS Global Recession Teach Market Economics STUDENT INITIATIVE SHOWDOWN
    • 223. CRITERION 1: MARKET ECONOMICS
    • 224. CRITERION 1: MARKET ECONOMICS
    • 225. CRITERION 1: MARKET ECONOMICS
    • 226. CRITERION 1: MARKET ECONOMICS Supply, Demand, Pricing, Risk
    • 227. CRITERION 1: MARKET ECONOMICS
    • 228. CRITERION 1: MARKET ECONOMICS
    • 229. CRITERION 1: MARKET ECONOMICS Students learned how to
    • 230. CRITERION 1: MARKET ECONOMICS Students learned how to • analyse the market
    • 231. CRITERION 1: MARKET ECONOMICS Students learned how to • analyse the market • provide products & services demanded
    • 232. CRITERION 1: MARKET ECONOMICS Students learned how to • analyse the market • provide products & services demanded • forecast sales
    • 233. CRITERION 1: MARKET ECONOMICS
    • 234. CRITERION 1: MARKET ECONOMICS 6 Different Businesses
    • 235. CRITERION 1: MARKET ECONOMICS Concession Stand 6 Different Businesses
    • 236. CRITERION 1: MARKET ECONOMICS Concession Daycare Stand 6 Different Businesses
    • 237. CRITERION 1: MARKET ECONOMICS Concession Locker Daycare Stand Insurance 6 Different Businesses
    • 238. CRITERION 1: MARKET ECONOMICS Concession Locker Daycare Stand Insurance 6 Different Businesses 3 Teams
    • 239. CRITERION 1: MARKET ECONOMICS Concession Locker Daycare Stand Insurance 6 Different Businesses 3 Teams $1,000 in Profits
    • 240. CRITERION 1: MARKET ECONOMICS
    • 241. CRITERION 1: MARKET ECONOMICS Solid Foundation
    • 242. CRITERION 1: MARKET ECONOMICS Solid Foundation =
    • 243. CRITERION 1: MARKET ECONOMICS Solid Foundation = Economic Opportunities
    • 244. Criterion 2 SUCCESS SKILLS
    • 245. Criterion 2 SUCCESS SKILLS
    • 246. Criterion 2 SUCCESS SKILLS
    • 247. Criterion 2 SUCCESS SKILLS
    • 248. CRITERION 2: SUCCESS SKILLS
    • 249. CRITERION 2: SUCCESS SKILLS
    • 250. CRITERION 2: SUCCESS SKILLS Student Initiative Showdown
    • 251. CRITERION 2: SUCCESS SKILLS
    • 252. CRITERION 2: SUCCESS SKILLS Taught students to
    • 253. CRITERION 2: SUCCESS SKILLS Taught students to • excel in the job market
    • 254. CRITERION 2: SUCCESS SKILLS Taught students to • excel in the job market • scholarship applications
    • 255. CRITERION 2: SUCCESS SKILLS Taught students to • excel in the job market • scholarship applications • stand out in post-secondary applications
    • 256. CRITERION 2: SUCCESS SKILLS
    • 257. CRITERION 2: SUCCESS SKILLS
    • 258. CRITERION 2: SUCCESS SKILLS Learned how to write
    • 259. CRITERION 2: SUCCESS SKILLS Learned how to write • resumes
    • 260. CRITERION 2: SUCCESS SKILLS Learned how to write • resumes • cover letters
    • 261. CRITERION 2: SUCCESS SKILLS Learned how to write • resumes • cover letters • scholarship applications
    • 262. CRITERION 2: SUCCESS SKILLS
    • 263. CRITERION 2: SUCCESS SKILLS
    • 264. CRITERION 2: SUCCESS SKILLS
    • 265. CRITERION 2: SUCCESS SKILLS $800 scholarship
    • 266. CRITERION 2: SUCCESS SKILLS
    • 267. CRITERION 2: SUCCESS SKILLS
    • 268. CRITERION 2: SUCCESS SKILLS Opportunity to demonstrate
    • 269. CRITERION 2: SUCCESS SKILLS Opportunity to demonstrate • presentation skills
    • 270. CRITERION 2: SUCCESS SKILLS Opportunity to demonstrate • presentation skills • self-confidence
    • 271. CRITERION 2: SUCCESS SKILLS Opportunity to demonstrate • presentation skills • self-confidence • business understanding
    • 272. CRITERION 2: SUCCESS SKILLS
    • 273. CRITERION 2: SUCCESS SKILLS 23 students x 4 workshops
    • 274. CRITERION 2: SUCCESS SKILLS 23 students x 4 workshops =
    • 275. CRITERION 2: SUCCESS SKILLS 23 students x 4 workshops = 700 success training hours
    • 276. CRITERION 2: SUCCESS SKILLS
    • 277. CRITERION 2: SUCCESS SKILLS Accepted into UBC, SFU, & Yale
    • 278. Criterion 3 ENTREPRENEURSHIP
    • 279. Criterion 3 ENTREPRENEURSHIP Entrepreneurial Incubator
    • 280. Criterion 3 ENTREPRENEURSHIP commercial office space
    • 281. Criterion 3 ENTREPRENEURSHIP Mory learned how to better
    • 282. Criterion 3 ENTREPRENEURSHIP Mory learned how to better • understand market needs
    • 283. Criterion 3 ENTREPRENEURSHIP Mory learned how to better • understand market needs • generate revenue
    • 284. CRITERION 3: ENTREPRENEURSHIP
    • 285. CRITERION 3: ENTREPRENEURSHIP
    • 286. CRITERION 3: ENTREPRENEURSHIP made business more viable
    • 287. CRITERION 3: ENTREPRENEURSHIP made business more viable implemented business plan
    • 288. CRITERION 3: ENTREPRENEURSHIP
    • 289. CRITERION 3: ENTREPRENEURSHIP Student Initiative Showdown
    • 290. CRITERION 3: ENTREPRENEURSHIP Student Initiative Showdown essence of entrepreneurship
    • 291. CRITERION 3: ENTREPRENEURSHIP Student Initiative Showdown
    • 292. CRITERION 3: ENTREPRENEURSHIP Student Initiative Showdown teaching young business minds
    • 293. CRITERION 3: ENTREPRENEURSHIP
    • 294. CRITERION 3: ENTREPRENEURSHIP Monthly Workshops
    • 295. CRITERION 3: ENTREPRENEURSHIP SIFE BCIT taught Monthly Workshops
    • 296. CRITERION 3: ENTREPRENEURSHIP SIFE BCIT taught • finance Monthly Workshops
    • 297. CRITERION 3: ENTREPRENEURSHIP SIFE BCIT taught • finance • marketing & sales Monthly Workshops
    • 298. CRITERION 3: ENTREPRENEURSHIP SIFE BCIT taught • finance • marketing & sales • business ethics Monthly Workshops
    • 299. CRITERION 3: ENTREPRENEURSHIP SIFE BCIT taught • finance • marketing & sales • business ethics • presentation skills Monthly Workshops
    • 300. CRITERION 3: ENTREPRENEURSHIP
    • 301. CRITERION 3: ENTREPRENEURSHIP started & operated own businesses
    • 302. CRITERION 3: ENTREPRENEURSHIP
    • 303. CRITERION 3: ENTREPRENEURSHIP real-world entrepreneurial experience
    • 304. CRITERION 3: ENTREPRENEURSHIP
    • 305. CRITERION 3: ENTREPRENEURSHIP Identified Need
    • 306. CRITERION 3: ENTREPRENEURSHIP Identified Need Opportunity
    • 307. CRITERION 3: ENTREPRENEURSHIP Identified Need Opportunity Business Venture
    • 308. CRITERION 3: ENTREPRENEURSHIP
    • 309. CRITERION 3: ENTREPRENEURSHIP
    • 310. CRITERION 3: ENTREPRENEURSHIP Success of 3 Businesses
    • 311. Criterion 4 FINANCIAL LITERACY
    • 312. Criterion 4 FINANCIAL LITERACY
    • 313. Criterion 4 FINANCIAL LITERACY targeted high school students
    • 314. CRITERION 4: FINANCIAL LITERACY
    • 315. CRITERION 4: FINANCIAL LITERACY FINANCIAL LITERACY WORKSHOP
    • 316. CRITERION 4: FINANCIAL LITERACY FINANCIAL LITERACY WORKSHOP budgeting
    • 317. CRITERION 4: FINANCIAL LITERACY FINANCIAL LITERACY WORKSHOP budgeting financial statements
    • 318. CRITERION 4: FINANCIAL LITERACY FINANCIAL LITERACY WORKSHOP budgeting financial statements generating goals
    • 319. CRITERION 4: FINANCIAL LITERACY
    • 320. CRITERION 4: FINANCIAL LITERACY
    • 321. CRITERION 4: FINANCIAL LITERACY Using these tools, the teams
    • 322. CRITERION 4: FINANCIAL LITERACY Using these tools, the teams • optimized profits
    • 323. CRITERION 4: FINANCIAL LITERACY
    • 324. CRITERION 4: FINANCIAL LITERACY Created business plans with
    • 325. CRITERION 4: FINANCIAL LITERACY Created business plans with • pro-forma cash flow projections
    • 326. CRITERION 4: FINANCIAL LITERACY
    • 327. CRITERION 4: FINANCIAL LITERACY $500 HSBC Financial Literacy Grant
    • 328. CRITERION 4: FINANCIAL LITERACY $500 HSBC Financial Literacy Grant Partnership with BCIT School of Business
    • 329. Criterion 5 ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY
    • 330. Criterion 5 ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY Created to Spring Living Fair
    • 331. Criterion 5 ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY Created to • address a need Spring Living Fair
    • 332. Criterion 5 ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY Created to • address a need • generate awareness Spring Living Fair
    • 333. CRITERION 5: ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY
    • 334. CRITERION 5: ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY
    • 335. CRITERION 5: ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY 2,000 visitors
    • 336. CRITERION 5: ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY
    • 337. CRITERION 5: ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY
    • 338. CRITERION 5: ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY
    • 339. CRITERION 5: ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY
    • 340. CRITERION 5: ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY
    • 341. CRITERION 5: ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY
    • 342. CRITERION 5: ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY
    • 343. CRITERION 5: ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY
    • 344. CRITERION 5: ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY Networking Opportunity
    • 345. CRITERION 5: ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY Networking Opportunity
    • 346. CRITERION 5: ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY Networking Opportunity Sell Products Directly
    • 347. CRITERION 5: ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY Networking Opportunity Sell Products Directly
    • 348. CRITERION 5: ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY Networking Opportunity Sell Products Directly Received Feedback
    • 349. CRITERION 5: ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY
    • 350. CRITERION 5: ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY
    • 351. CRITERION 5: ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY $500 in sales
    • 352. CRITERION 5: ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY $500 in sales $3,000 in upcoming contracts
    • 353. CRITERION 5: ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY $500 in sales $3,000 in upcoming contracts $1,300 monthly contract
    • 354. Criterion 6 BUSINESS ETHICS
    • 355. Criterion 6 BUSINESS ETHICS Maintain & Build Brand
    • 356. Criterion 6 BUSINESS ETHICS Maintain & Build Brand =
    • 357. Criterion 6 BUSINESS ETHICS Maintain & Build Brand = Business Ethics Needed
    • 358. Criterion 6 BUSINESS ETHICS
    • 359. Criterion 6 BUSINESS ETHICS
    • 360. Criterion 6 BUSINESS ETHICS Student Initiative Showdown
    • 361. Criterion 6 BUSINESS ETHICS
    • 362. CRITERION 6: BUSINESS ETHICS
    • 363. CRITERION 6: BUSINESS ETHICS
    • 364. CRITERION 6: BUSINESS ETHICS Mentors met with teams to
    • 365. CRITERION 6: BUSINESS ETHICS Mentors met with teams to • ensure understanding
    • 366. CRITERION 6: BUSINESS ETHICS Mentors met with teams to • ensure understanding • help apply ethical guidelines
    • 367. CRITERION 6: BUSINESS ETHICS
    • 368. CRITERION 6: BUSINESS ETHICS
    • 369. CRITERION 6: BUSINESS ETHICS Babysitting & Tutorial Service
    • 370. CRITERION 6: BUSINESS ETHICS
    • 371. CRITERION 6: BUSINESS ETHICS potential clients
    • 372. CRITERION 6: BUSINESS ETHICS
    • 373. CRITERION 6: BUSINESS ETHICS clients wanted all to be certified
    • 374. CRITERION 6: BUSINESS ETHICS
    • 375. CRITERION 6: BUSINESS ETHICS admitted the truth
    • 376. CRITERION 6: BUSINESS ETHICS admitted the truth =
    • 377. CRITERION 6: BUSINESS ETHICS admitted the truth = lost the job
    • 378. CRITERION 6: BUSINESS ETHICS
    • 379. CRITERION 6: BUSINESS ETHICS
    • 380. CRITERION 6: BUSINESS ETHICS ethics not compromised
    • 381. Criterion 7 SUSTAINABILITY
    • 382. Criterion 7 SUSTAINABILITY 2-Year School
    • 383. Criterion 7 SUSTAINABILITY 2-Year School
    • 384. Criterion 7 SUSTAINABILITY 2-Year School
    • 385. CRITERION 7: SUSTAINABILITY
    • 386. CRITERION 7: SUSTAINABILITY
    • 387. CRITERION 7: SUSTAINABILITY
    • 388. CRITERION 7: SUSTAINABILITY STRATEGIC PLANNING
    • 389. CRITERION 7: SUSTAINABILITY
    • 390. CRITERION 7: SUSTAINABILITY Executive Team
    • 391. CRITERION 7: SUSTAINABILITY Executive Team GOAL 1
    • 392. CRITERION 7: SUSTAINABILITY Executive Team GOAL 1 GOAL 2
    • 393. CRITERION 7: SUSTAINABILITY Executive Team GOAL 1 GOAL 2 GOAL 3
    • 394. CRITERION 7: SUSTAINABILITY Executive Team GOAL 1 GOAL 2 GOAL 3 Increase Membership
    • 395. CRITERION 7: SUSTAINABILITY Executive Team GOAL 1 GOAL 2 GOAL 3 Increase Expand Previous Membership Projects
    • 396. CRITERION 7: SUSTAINABILITY Executive Team GOAL 1 GOAL 2 GOAL 3 Increase Expand Previous Increase Membership Projects Revenue
    • 397. CRITERION 7: SUSTAINABILITY WE ACHIEVED ALL OUR GOALS
    • 398. CRITERION 7: SUSTAINABILITY GOAL 1: INCREASE MEMBERSHIP
    • 399. CRITERION 7: SUSTAINABILITY GOAL 1: INCREASE MEMBERSHIP
    • 400. CRITERION 7: SUSTAINABILITY GOAL 1: INCREASE MEMBERSHIP
    • 401. CRITERION 7: SUSTAINABILITY GOAL 1: INCREASE MEMBERSHIP Increase Membership by 25%
    • 402. CRITERION 7: SUSTAINABILITY GOAL 1: INCREASE MEMBERSHIP Increase Membership by 25% Largest Membership in SIFE BCIT History
    • 403. CRITERION 7: SUSTAINABILITY GOAL 2: EXPAND PREVIOUS PROJECTS
    • 404. CRITERION 7: SUSTAINABILITY GOAL 2: EXPAND PREVIOUS PROJECTS Spring Living Fair
    • 405. CRITERION 7: SUSTAINABILITY GOAL 2: EXPAND PREVIOUS PROJECTS Spring Living Fair
    • 406. CRITERION 7: SUSTAINABILITY GOAL 2: EXPAND PREVIOUS PROJECTS Spring Living Fair Creating New Entrepreneurial Endeavours
    • 407. CRITERION 7: SUSTAINABILITY GOAL 2: EXPAND PREVIOUS PROJECTS
    • 408. CRITERION 7: SUSTAINABILITY GOAL 2: EXPAND PREVIOUS PROJECTS Resume Workshops
    • 409. CRITERION 7: SUSTAINABILITY GOAL 2: EXPAND PREVIOUS PROJECTS Resume Workshops Student Initiative Showdown
    • 410. CRITERION 7: SUSTAINABILITY GOAL 2: EXPAND PREVIOUS PROJECTS Spring Living Fair
    • 411. CRITERION 7: SUSTAINABILITY GOAL 2: EXPAND PREVIOUS PROJECTS Spring Living Fair 1 Event
    • 412. CRITERION 7: SUSTAINABILITY GOAL 2: EXPAND PREVIOUS PROJECTS Spring Living Fair 1 Event 3 Events
    • 413. CRITERION 7: SUSTAINABILITY GOAL 2: EXPAND PREVIOUS PROJECTS
    • 414. CRITERION 7: SUSTAINABILITY GOAL 2: EXPAND PREVIOUS PROJECTS SUSTAINABLE
    • 415. CRITERION 7: SUSTAINABILITY GOAL 2: EXPAND PREVIOUS PROJECTS SUSTAINABLE strong brand
    • 416. CRITERION 7: SUSTAINABILITY GOAL 2: EXPAND PREVIOUS PROJECTS SUSTAINABLE strong brand growing support
    • 417. CRITERION 7: SUSTAINABILITY GOAL 2: EXPAND PREVIOUS PROJECTS clients approaching us
    • 418. CRITERION 7: SUSTAINABILITY GOAL 3: INCREASE REVENUE
    • 419. CRITERION 7: SUSTAINABILITY GOAL 3: INCREASE REVENUE
    • 420. CRITERION 7: SUSTAINABILITY GOAL 3: INCREASE REVENUE Main Revenue Generator
    • 421. CRITERION 7: SUSTAINABILITY GOAL 3: INCREASE REVENUE
    • 422. CRITERION 7: SUSTAINABILITY GOAL 3: INCREASE REVENUE Revenue Goal = $13,000
    • 423. CRITERION 7: SUSTAINABILITY GOAL 3: INCREASE REVENUE
    • 424. CRITERION 7: SUSTAINABILITY GOAL 3: INCREASE REVENUE Total Revenue = $13,731.38
    • 425. CRITERION 7: SUSTAINABILITY GOAL 3: INCREASE REVENUE Total Revenue = $13,731.38 15,000 11,250 7,500 3,750 0 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4
    • 426. CRITERION 7: SUSTAINABILITY GOAL 3: INCREASE REVENUE
    • 427. CRITERION 7: SUSTAINABILITY GOAL 3: INCREASE REVENUE 60% increase
    • 428. CRITERION 7: SUSTAINABILITY SIFE BCIT INFRASTRUCTURE
    • 429. CRITERION 7: SUSTAINABILITY SIFE BCIT INFRASTRUCTURE Ensure Easy Transition
    • 430. CRITERION 7: SUSTAINABILITY SIFE BCIT INFRASTRUCTURE Ensure Easy Transition Number of Systems
    • 431. CRITERION 7: SUSTAINABILITY SIFE BCIT INFRASTRUCTURE Ensure Easy Transition Number of Systems 2 Integral Pieces
    • 432. CRITERION 7: SUSTAINABILITY EXECUTIVE TEAM SUCCESSION
    • 433. CRITERION 7: SUSTAINABILITY EXECUTIVE TEAM SUCCESSION Application
    • 434. CRITERION 7: SUSTAINABILITY EXECUTIVE TEAM SUCCESSION Application
    • 435. CRITERION 7: SUSTAINABILITY EXECUTIVE TEAM SUCCESSION Interview with Application Current Executive
    • 436. CRITERION 7: SUSTAINABILITY EXECUTIVE TEAM SUCCESSION Interview with Application Current Executive
    • 437. CRITERION 7: SUSTAINABILITY EXECUTIVE TEAM SUCCESSION Interview with Interview with Application Current Executive Faculty Advisor
    • 438. CRITERION 7: SUSTAINABILITY EXECUTIVE TEAM SUCCESSION Interview with Interview with Application Current Executive Faculty Advisor
    • 439. CRITERION 7: SUSTAINABILITY EXECUTIVE TEAM SUCCESSION Interview with Interview with Application Current Executive Faculty Advisor 3-Month Training Period
    • 440. CRITERION 7: SUSTAINABILITY EXECUTIVE TEAM SUCCESSION Interview with Interview with Application Current Executive Faculty Advisor 3-Month Training Period
    • 441. CRITERION 7: SUSTAINABILITY EXECUTIVE TEAM SUCCESSION Interview with Interview with Application Current Executive Faculty Advisor Monitored by 3-Month Training Predecessor Period
    • 442. CRITERION 7: SUSTAINABILITY EXECUTIVE TEAM SUCCESSION Interview with Interview with Application Current Executive Faculty Advisor Monitored by 3-Month Training Predecessor Period
    • 443. CRITERION 7: SUSTAINABILITY EXECUTIVE TEAM SUCCESSION Interview with Interview with Application Current Executive Faculty Advisor Monitored by 3-Month Training Strategic Planning Predecessor Period
    • 444. CRITERION 7: SUSTAINABILITY BUSINESS ADVISORY BOARD
    • 445. CRITERION 7: SUSTAINABILITY BUSINESS ADVISORY BOARD oversees long-term strategic plan
    • 446. CRITERION 7: SUSTAINABILITY BUSINESS ADVISORY BOARD oversees long-term strategic plan provides sustainability
    • 447. CRITERION 7: SUSTAINABILITY
    • 448. CRITERION 7: SUSTAINABILITY
    • 449. CRITERION 7: SUSTAINABILITY School of Business
    • 450. CRITERION 7: SUSTAINABILITY School of Business Applied Research & Liaison Office
    • 451. CRITERION 7: SUSTAINABILITY School of Business Applied Research & Liaison Office Student Services
    • 452. Positive Lasting Impact
    • 453. Positive Lasting Impact Build Upon Foundations
    • 454. Positive Lasting Impact Build Upon Foundations Break New Ground
    • 455. BE THE DIFFERENCE
    • 456. Success of Individual Business
    • 457. Yvonne
    • 458. Uncertain of Post-Secondary Focus Yvonne
    • 459. Yvonne
    • 460. Student Initiative Showdown Yvonne
    • 461. Student Initiative Showdown = Yvonne
    • 462. Student Initiative Showdown = Discovered Business Passion Yvonne
    • 463. Yvonne
    • 464. Accepted to Yale Yvonne
    • 465. Yvonne
    • 466. “SIFE BCIT and the Student Initiative Showdown are what inspired me to expand my business knowledge.” Yvonne
    • 467. WE HAVE BEEN THE DIFFERENCE
    • 468. BEING THE DIFFERENCE THAT MAKES A DIFFERENCE

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