Are you ~ or do you know ~ household names involved in supply chains around the world?Would you/they like to feature in the new ‘Global edition’ of Business on the Move, planned for publication later in 2017 following the success of our initial UK-centric game?
An integral dimension of our educational supply chain game, Business on the Move, is that sponsors appear as themselves in the game e.g. DP World will feature as the ‘Sea terminal’, DHL will be one of the four ‘Company Bases’ and CHEP will supply pallets.
With sponsors already in place representing a cross-section of logistics operations and services, the final spaces to be filled on the new Global game board are those featuring “Customers”.
These spaces are the focus of players’ deliveries in the game consisting of two broad groups:
Our vision is that, wherever the game is played, the players know some of the businesses featuring in the game. Stimulated by the enjoyment and curiosity that comes from playing the game, young people can subsequently find out about those they do not know through the support materials on the Business on the Move website.
Featuring a global brand in a ‘Customer’ space costs just £2,000 per space(excluding vat). The sponsor becomes an active part of the game, receiving / despatching deliveries.
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