Important: The Global Enterprise Challenge (GEC) will not be running in 2017.

Welcome to the Global Enterprise Challenge

The Global Enterprise Challenge (GEC) is an online international enterprise skills competition held for high school students in June.

Results from the 2015 Global Enterprise Challenge

Creativity Award

Regional winners

Asia / PacificAsia / Pacific

Figtree High School, Australia. View team profile & entry.

Europe / Middle East / AfricaEurope / Middle East / Africa

Coleg Cambria, Wales. View team profile & entry.

The AmericasThe Americas

Elite Educational Institute, Canada. View team profile & entry.

watch-gec2015-resultsWatch the video announcing the results from the 2015 Global Enterprise Challenge.

ABW Business Simulation Challenge:

1st Place: ObchodnĂ­ Akademie Praha, Czech Republic

2nd Place: Earnshaw State College, Australia

3rd Place: Mianyang Dongchen International School, China

4th Place: ObchodnĂ­ Akademie Pisek, Czech Republic

2015 GEC Introduction


Introduction to the 2015 Global Enterprise Challenge, presented by Norman Owens and Len Norman.

The 2015 Challenge is...


Prof Fed Watson AM, Astronomer, announces the 2015 challenge.

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What is the GEC?

The Global Enterprise Challenge (GEC) gathers together high school students from around the world to compete in an international, online event which develops their knowledge and experience of enterprise through a shared practical experience.


How to get involved

Participation in the GEC is open to teams of up to ten students who were born in 1997, 1998 or 1999 and still attending high school. There is a limit of one team per high school, while there is no limit to the number of teams entered per country.


Why participate?

The GEC provides young people with the opportunity to develop the skills necessary to assist them in the transition from school to work, including the ability to create and manage personal, community, business and work opportunities.