The Business Management Virtual Enterprise class returned from a Trade Show on Wednesday, March 19th at Virginia Wesleyan College. The employees (students) created the company V-LO Chip, Inc. The chip is the size of a stamp and can be placed on any item which would allow one to locate a lost, stolen or misplaced object using a smartphone, laptop or tablet. It can also be used for medical purposes in locating disoriented loved ones with dementia or Alzheimer’s.
The students placed 1st in Best Sales Presentation and 1st in Website Design, 2nd in Company Business Card and 5th in the Human Resource Case Study. Please congratulate the following employees: Paria Ahmadi, Daniel Cozza, Eduardo Delgado, Bobby Emmons, Bailey Hubble, Anthony Lieu, Stephanie Paendong, Nathan Petrelli, and Sam Sepassi. The company officers also played a part in the success of the Trade Show but did not attend because they will travel to NYC on March 31, 2014, to represent Virginia in the National Business Plan competition: Steven Barbaro, Andrew Ipinza, Robert Koss, Travis Langtry, Andrew Maccini, Sara Pena, and Han Phan.