Bettendorf FBLA Finds Success in Virtual Business Battle

Bettendorf FBLA Finds Success in Virtual Business Battle

Nov 12, 2020

Bettendorf High School Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) students took part in The Business Battle, a virtual competition in which students competed with FBLA members interested in business from Colorado, Iowa and Missouri. The Business Battle featured seven assessments: Accounting & Financial Management; Business Basics; Business Development & Entrepreneurship; Business Management; Financial Concepts; Information Technology; and Marketing, Sales and Communications.

Bettendorf received multiple awards at the regional, state and multi-state level.

Regional Winners

  • Business Basics:1st place - Charles Silver, freshman; 2nd place - Rory Spooner, sophomore; and 3rd place - Tatum Buckley, sophomore.
  • Business Development and Entrepreneurship: 2nd place - Carolyn Kress, junior.
  • Marketing, Sales, and Communication: 5th place - Isabella Hoffman, junior.

State Winners

  • Business Basics: 1st place - Charles Silver, 2nd place - Rory Spooner, and 9th place - Tatum Buckley.

Multi-State Level:

  • Business Basics: 2nd place - Charles Silver and 3rd place - Rory Spooner 3rd.

“These students are truly the face of future business leaders.They competed in activities that showcased not only their business wisdom but their leadership skills,” said Angie Mojeiko, BHS FBLA adviser. “Congratulations to the students for their hard work.”

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About Future Business Leaders of America

Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) is a student-led organization whose mission is inspiring and preparing students to become community-minded business leaders in a global society through relevant career preparation and leadership experiences.There are over 230,000 active members in over 5,250 chapters.