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MDI Game Play Instruction Video Completed!

Thank you for all the help from family and friends game testing Million Dollar Idea and taking part in the instruction video. Thanks also to Geeksboro for allowing us to film this video at their Lawndale Drive location.

 

Take a minute to watch this video and consider buying a deck of your own by going to our Store.

MDI Instruction Video in Production

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We’re putting together our new game play demo and instruction video for Million Dollar Idea.  Once complete, we’ll be shipping out donated decks of MDI to business and entrepreneurship classes of selected schools throughout Guilford County.

VIDEO: WFMY News 2 Covers ReBuildUp’s Jobs Course @ Nussbaum Center 6/9

This is the video of ReBuildUp’s Jobs Course @ Nussbaum Center on WFMY News 2’s “Good Morning Show” on Monday, June 9th.  This event is generously sponsored by Summit Credit Union.

Learn more and RSVP for the event here.

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VIDEO: Jobs Course @ Forsyth Central Library May 3rd Sponsored by Summit Credit Union



PUBLIC (FREE) EVENT
– On Saturday, May 3rd, teenagers at Forsyth Central Library from 1-3:30pm will be taking part in ReBuildUp’s Jobs Course that has them play Economy, Jr., an Economic Literacy game, and Pitch Drill, a fast paced business plan and pitching contest.

By completing both games, players will be eligible to enter their own business concepts to the Cashless Incubator for review by area businesses in hopes of landing internships, jobs, or resources for their startup idea.  Participants of the Jobs Course will not have to pay the minimal signup fee to enter the Cashless Incubator for six months thanks to a generous donation by Summit Credit Union.

Summit Credit Union is sponsoring the event with VentuRealization providing help with organizing volunteers.

If you have a teenager that can benefit from economic and entrepreneur literacy along with having an opportunity at an internship, job, or resources for their own startups through the Cashless Incubator, please come out for the event at:

Forsyth Central Library
660 West Fifth Street
Winston-Salem, NC 27101
RSVP by calling (336) 703-3081

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Jobs Course @ Forsyth Central Library May 3rd Sponsored by Summit Credit Union

fscentral-logo-11PUBLIC (FREE) EVENT – On Saturday, May 3rd, teenagers at Forsyth Central Library from 1-3:30pm will be taking part in ReBuildUp’s Jobs Course that has them play Economy, Jr., an Economic Literacy game, and Pitch Drill, a fast paced business plan and pitching contest.

By completing both games, players will be eligible to enter their own business concepts to the Cashless Incubator for review by area businesses in hopes of landing internships, jobs, or resources for their startup idea.  Participants of the Jobs Course will not have to pay the minimal signup fee to enter the Cashless Incubator for six months thanks to a generous donation by Summit Credit Union.

Summit Credit Union is sponsoring the event with VentuRealization providing help with organizing volunteers.

If you have a teenager that can benefit from economic and entrepreneur literacy along with having an opportunity at an internship, job, or resources for their own startups through the Cashless Incubator, please come out for the event at Forsyth Central Library, 660 West Fifth Street, Winston-Salem, NC 27101

VIDEO: Jobs Course @ Glenwood Library March 22nd Sponsored by Greensboro Municipal Federal Credit Union

PUBLIC (FREE) EVENT – On Saturday, March 22nd, teenagers at Glenwood Library from 2-4:30pm will be taking part in ReBuildUp’s Jobs Course that has them play Economy, Jr., an Economic Literacy game, and Pitch Drill, a fast paced business plan and pitching contest.

Judges for the Pitch Drill part of the event will be Jerome Gray, Executive Director of Greensboro Community Development Fund, the East Market Street Development Corporation, Phil Barnhill, Director of Operations of East Market Street Development Corporation, and Lisa Goble, PhD of UNCG’s Office of Innovation Commercialization.

By completing both games, players will be eligible to enter their own business concepts to the Cashless Incubator for review by area businesses in hopes of landing internships, jobs, or resources for their startup idea.

Greensboro Municipal Federal Credit Union, Building Lifelong  relationships one Member at a Time, is sponsoring the event with Shift, the Nussbaum Center’s startup group, providing assistance.

If you have a teenager that can benefit from economic and entrepreneur literacy, please come out for the event at Glenwood Library, 1901 W. Florida St., Greensboro, NC 27403

VIDEO: Pitch Drill March 8th at Deep Roots Sponsored by Business Cents


PUBLIC (FREE) EVENT – On Saturday, March 8th from 1:00-2:30pm, Deep Roots Market will be hosting “Pitch Drill,” a fast paced introduction to business plans and pitching by having you develop and present a profitable solution for a specific problem before a panel of volunteer judges.

Business Cents, a small business bookkeeping service, is sponsoring the event with Shift, the Nussbaum Center’s startup group, providing
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Here’s your chance to get creative and stand out in the crowd.  First, second, and third place winners will be profiled in the May issue of Natural Triad Magazine.  Who knows, your idea might turn into something big!

The judges will be made up of influential members of the Triad’s health and small business community.  Needless to say, the topic picked by the judges will have something to do with the organic industry.

You’re welcome to show up the day of to compete, but it’s much appreciated if you RSVP in advance by Clicking Here.  Remember to bring your own pen and paper to work with during the contest.  Deep Roots Market is located in Downtown Greensboro at 600 N. Eugene Street a few blocks from the ballpark.
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VIDEO: Economy Jr. @ Noble Academy March 4th Sponsored by Business Cents

PRIVATE EVENT – On Tuesday, March 4th, selected students at Noble Academy will be playing “Economy, Jr.” where players gain insight into both sides of the economic coin by having them choose at the start of the game whether they want to play as a customer spending a month’s paycheck from their chosen career on necessities such as housing, groceries, child care, and more or as a merchant running a business needing to make enough sales to cover this month’s overhead.

Business Cents, a small business bookkeeping service, is sponsoring the event with Shift, the Nussbaum Center’s startup group, providing assistance.
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