Here, recommended competitions and results by members in competitions recommended by the club are displayed.
We believe these business competitions are a great way to push our members and further their interests in business in a fun way.
ASX Sharemarket Game
About: Open to the public, the game gives you an opportunity to learn about the sharemarket and how it works. You get $50,000 virtual cash which you can use to buy and sell shares in real sharemarket conditions.
How: Will be run in a league so members can compete to have the most successful portfolio.
Registration opens: 31st January
Trading period: 21st February-5th June
About: The Tiger Global Case Competition is an annual Business, Entrepreneurship and Consulting Case Competition open to all high school students.
Deadline for registration: 28th June
Past success: 2nd Place
Generation Entrepreneur: Initiate 48
About: Hackathon event where high school students have 48 hours to build their own startup.
Website: Initiate 48
Past success: 1st Place, 3rd Place
Plan Your Own Enterprise Competition
About: In up to 3,000 words, students present a creative idea for a small business as a business plan
Entries close: ~August
Website (2018): https://bea.asn.au/event/enterprise/
BlueShift Case Competition
About: BlueShift is an annual business case competition for high school students from all over the world run by the Queensland University of Technology.
Early bird registration closes (case is released the day after): 3rd March 2019
Written submission due and final registrations close: 29 April
Young Investors Society Global Stock Pitch Competition
About: Each student/team writes a report on their chosen company with a "Buy" or "Sell" recommendation and then presents and defends their analysis in a written report and brief to a panel of University Professors and Industry Professionals.
Deadline for registration: 28th February
Deadline to submit report: 30th March
UNSW Economics and Business Studies Competition
About: An annual competition for year 11 and year 12 students across Australia studying economics and business studies consisting of 40 multiple choice questions.
Past success from club members:
Liem Grimes: Junior Winner 2018
Henry Xu: Junior High Distinction 2018