LEARNING THE BASICS OF BUSINESS AND ENTREPRENERUSHIP
Curriculum from Silicon Valley
Students run a friendship bracelet company
Decisions are student-driven
Exclusive To Beacon Hill School's students
Every Thursday from 19 April to 28 June
3:15 p.m. - 4:45 p.m.
No of class hour
Beacon Hill School
Instructor to student ratio
1:8 to 1:11 (depends on class size)
Regular Program Fee
What is included
- All class and student materials are from Silicon Valley
- Certificate from BizWorld from Silicon Valley (Globally recognized)
- Membership of Kids Biz Club
Fill and submit the online enrollment form. A confirmation email with payment details will be sent to you within one working day. We accept payment by cheque or bank transfer.
Minimum class size:
(Program will run subject to a minimum number of participants. Galvanize Group reserves the right to cancel a class with fewer than 8 students registered.)
Got questions? Talk to Jennifer Lam at 6996 8915
Marketing and Sales
This project-based learning (PBL) program gives children the opportunity to learn first hand how to start and operate their own business. Working in teams of six, students start, fund, and run their own company in the friendship bracelet industry.
The decisions that the companies make are entirely student-driven. The students decide everything from what to name their company to how many products to make and how much to charge for them! The program culminates with the Sales Bazaar, an exciting opportunity for students to engage other students at the school. During the Sales Bazaar, students sell their products (friendship bracelets) to their customers (no real money is involved. Students use the BizWorld monetary denomination, BizBucks). Throughout BizWorld, students have multiple opportunities to practice leadership skills and hone their math and communication skills.
Through running their companies, students will understand company formation, what a business is and its objective, and gain business vocabulary.
Source of Funds and Venture Capitalist
Students will learn different ways of getting money to start their business. They will experience applying for a bank loan and pitching to Venture Capitalist to fund their business.
Basic Accounting & Budgeting
Students will calculate and understand the relationship between price, unit sold, cost, revenue and profit. They will also learn basic budgeting skills and keep track of their finance records.
Design and Prototype
Students will conduct customer interviews to find out customers’ needs and preferences. They will use the research result for designing and creating prototypes.
To produce products in high quantity and quality for their company, students will learn about process management, flow and efficiency in the production line.
To create positive social value, students learn how to use their company profit to give back to the community to make a positive difference in the lives of others.
How to create social value and responsibilities by giving back to the communities
The world of work
Take calculated risks
Never give up
Work hard towards the goals
Curriculum Developed In
*Leading hub of startups and entrepreneurs
*Home to many of the world's largest technology companies including Apple, Cisco, Google, HP, Intel and Oracle
World No. 1 Entrepreneurship program
Since 1997, the programs have been delivered to
610,000 + Students
100 + Countries
Schools and Teachers
Over 95% of school teachers surveyed agree that the programs:
1. Connect academic content to real world
2. Develop students' leadership skills
3. Help students to learn to work together to solve problems
Real life business cases and 20+ years of teaching experience
Develop leadership, teamwork, problem - solving and critical thinking skills, entrepreneurship mindset and skills.
Project-based. Experiential Learning. Students form groups and complete tasks together.
Trained and committed instructors. A diverse mix of qualified teachers and business professionals.
The Story of BizWorld
The BizWorld founder, venture capitalist Tim Draper from the US, was asked by this eight-year-old daughter to describe what he did at work every day. Excited by the opportunity to explain entrepreneurship business to a third grader, he used his daughter's enthusiasm for making a friendship bracelet to create a project-based program in which students learn to start and run a business.
The need and demand for BizWorld's hands-on, interdisciplinary approach to learning quickly became apparent. The BizWorld Foundation was established in 1997 to make BizWorld programs available to all children around the world.
Being the exclusive partner of BizWorld, Kids Biz Academy allows children in Hong Kong, without needing to travel to Silicon Valley, to understand the real world and discover more about themselves through the experiential entrepreneurship programs.