Helping you engage learners in an authentic and interactive small business simulation experience
SimVenture Classic is our multi award-winning small business simulation software application. This popular gamified learning solution allows users to start, manage and grow a virtual company, helping the people with whom you work to:
Versatile small business simulation
Windows PC software for computer and server access
SimVenture Classic can be used on a Windows PC/laptop or other devices using Windows emulation software. Institutions can install the software on individual machines or a central server.
The small business simulation has been fully translated from English into several languages including: Spanish, Chinese, Romanian and Italian. If you would like to review or use a translated version of SimVenture Classic, contact the Sales and Customer Support team.
Team based work
SimVenture Classic supports face-to-face team based work and on-site competitions. As well as being the foundation of the current China-wide youth competition, the small business simulation was also the bedrock of events like Umph! an annual school and college challenge which ran for 4 years in Yorkshire.
What can be learnt?
Being an authentic gamified learning solution, SimVenture Classic enables all users to develop a wide range of business and employability skills which will stay with them for years.
Who uses the small business simulation?
SimVenture Classic is a flexible business simulation used in education settings.
How do we support you?
We understand you could be concerned about how best to use our business simulation games with confidence.
To help with your evaluation of SimVenture Classic, download a free trial version of the software to your own Windows-PC computer. The free trial version is available to anyone and allows users to run Classic repeatedly for up to 6 simulated months.
“We finally ran our first training day yesterday! It was a great success – biggest problem I had was getting the students off the business game once they were playing!”
Senior Lecturer, Institute for Manufacturing, University of Cambridge