4th June 2015

Business on the Move given royal seal of approval!

Posted in: Education, Business, Other

HRH The Princess Royal watches Business on the Move being played by students of Maghull High School in Liverpool at the annual conference of the International Federation of Warehousing Logistics Associations which was held in the city.  Looking on are (left to right): Derrick Potter, President of the IFWLA, and Andy Page, a former teacher and the game’s co-developer.

Year 10 students from West Derby School also showcased the game in front of HRH Princess Anne. Having started at level one the students from both Liverpool schools were challenged to run their logistics businesses successfully as the levels of the game became increasingly sophisticated with carbon footprints, productivity gains and palletisation all included.

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