By Kris Corey
Students in the Virtual Enterprises (VE) program at Armijo High School ranked among the top 10 out of the 51 California classrooms who exhibited a simulated business at VE’s Witer Westl Online Trade Show on January 21st.
The trade show connects students, firms and industry professionals in order to facilitate sales of virtual products and services through video conference sales sessions.
The Armijo High School students created a virtual business that responds to the current need for at-home entertainment. Their virtual business, FlickBox, delivers a movie theater experience right to someone’s doorstep.