Case Study of the Week: Giving Back on a Budget
You are to assume the role of the owner of Bellyful, a restaurant located in a city of 300,000 people. Your business partner has asked you to determine how the business can best give back to its community with limited financial resources.
Case Study of the Week: The Benefits of the Farmer's Market
You are to assume the role of the general manager of Café on the Square, a restaurant located in the town’s main square. The owner of the restaurant has asked you to determine how the restaurant can participate in a weekly farmer’s market.
Test Your Skills with the Stukent Social Media Marketing Challenge
Do you have what it takes to be a successful social media marketing professional? The Stukent Social Media Marketing Challenge is your chance to compete using a social media marketing simulation to earn up to $1,500 in cash prizes.
Case Study of the Week: Successfully Marketing to Business Travelers
You are to assume the role of director of marketing for Upright Business Solutions, a company that manufactures and markets specialty desks and chairs for office space. The senior vice president wants you to create a marketing plan that will promote the company’s flagship products to business travelers.
Case Study of the Week: Choices in Higher Education
You are to assume the role of an admissions counselor working at a local four-year public university. One of your job responsibilities is to meet with high school juniors and seniors that may apply for admission and discuss not only the university, but also the overall decision to attend a post-secondary institution.
Case Study of the Week: How to Minimize but Not Eliminate Housekeeping Services
You are to assume the roles of the director of housekeeping services and the director of guest services for Hotel Labree. The general manager has asked you to determine how the hotel can implement guest personalized housekeeping services.
Case Study of the Week: An Auto Parts Store Wants to Engage with High School Students
You are to assume the role of marketing director for On Your Way Auto Parts, an automotive parts store with three locations. The owner of the business has asked you to determine how the stores can partner with local high schools to demonstrate social responsibility and receive a positive brand reputation.
Case Study of the Week: Unsecured Data in a Child's Teddy Bear
You are to assume the roles of director of customer relations and director of public relations for BuddyCloud, a company that manufactures and markets stuffed toys for children that have unique cloud-based technology. The president of the company has asked your team to analyze a recent security breach, determine how to proceed and write an official statement from the company.
Knowledge Matters Digital Presentation Skills Challenge
The DECA/Knowledge Matters Digital Presentation Skills Challenge will test your skills at creating and delivering a digital presentation.
Case Study of the Week: Generational Marketing at Pottery Place
You are the owner of the small business Pottery Palace. Since the business opened one year ago, you have noticed that the majority of customers are females, age 25-55 years old. While you appreciate your customers, you feel that Pottery Palace is missing out on the large population of senior citizens in the area.
Case Study of the Week: A National Chain Makes Plans for a Rural Location
You are to assume the role of district operations manager for Go-Mart. The district vice president has asked you to determine which brand of Go-Mart retail store is best for a new rural location.