SIFE BCIT - ACE National Exposition - Nationals Presentation

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  • SIFE BCIT - ACE National Exposition - Nationals Presentation

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

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