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Apply Now for VEI Bootcamp: Create. Innovate. Startup.

Rising seniors, class of 2016: we invite you to apply for VEI Bootcamp: Create. Innovate. Startup. at LIU Post in Brookville, NY from July 12-17 for an exclusive, week-long business competition. 5 days. That is all the time you have to create, … Continue reading

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VEI Receives $1 Million Grant from New York Life Foundation

Grant Funds In-school Entrepreneurship and Business Program for Middle School Students Nationwide NEW YORK, April 16, 2015 — Virtual Enterprises International (VEI) announced that it will be expanding its efforts to create tomorrow’s business leaders and entrepreneurs by piloting a … Continue reading

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2015 Great Lakes Trade Show Recap

On February 20, 2015, 64 firms from Michigan and Illinois gathered together for the first-ever Great Lakes Trade Show and the third overall VEI Trade Show in the month of February. 690 students gathered at the Donald E Stephens Convention Center in Rosemont, IL to Continue reading

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2015 National Business Plan Competition Finalists

The following 24 teams have qualified for the 2015 National Business Plan Competition, taking place on April 14 at Microsoft. This event is the most prestigious and rigorous annual business plan competition for public high school students. It challenges VEI … Continue reading

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2015 National Website Competition Results

Put your keyboards down; the results for the 2015 National Website Competition are in! Throughout the months of January and February, active websites made and managed by VEI firms received ratings and constructive feedback from a pool of judges comprised … Continue reading

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2015 South Carolina Trade Show Recap

On Monday, February 9, 2014, 22 VEI firms attended Myrtle Beach for the bustling 2015 South Carolina Trade Show and 14 teams participated in the Southern Business Plan Competition. Southern Regional Director Christine Haff said of the event, “For the first time … Continue reading

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