DECA’s Challenges provide DECA members opportunities to demonstrate the knowledge and skills learned in the classroom through innovative challenges in partnership with several corporate partners. Each challenge has a unique focus and specific set of require tasks. 

DECA IDEA CHALLENGE

A premier event of Global Entrepreneurship Week (GEW), the DECA Idea Challenge is a hands-on learning experience that dares students around the globe to generate an innovative use for a commonplace item in mere days. Students must pitch their invention in a three-minute video presentation. The item to be used in the challenge will remain a mystery until revealed by DECA Inc. on November 09, 2018, at 4:00 PM EST.

FLYER
TOOLKIT
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VIDEO OVERVIEW

FIDM ENTREPRENEUR OF TOMORROW CHALLENGE

The FIDM Entrepreneur of Tomorrow Challenge asks students to create an entrepreneurial proposal for a new product idea for a specific market segment. Participants can now pitch a new clothing, beauty, home, health, food or entertainment concept in a video presentation describing the target market, product offering, marketing launch strategy and more.

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FIDM CHALLENGE 2018 WEBINAR
GUIDELINES

STUKENT SOCIAL MEDIA MARKETING CHALLENGE

The Stukent Social Media Marketing Challenge provides the opportunity for participants to compete in the world’s first social media marketing simulation used by top institutions around the world. Participants will test their social media marketing skills by managing a $50,000 budget in simulated ad dollars for a fictitious, global bag company. Their online strategy will include marketing on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, LinkedIn, YouTube and Pinterest.

2018-2019 GUIDELINES STUDENT REGISTRATION

Previous Winning Videos

FIDM Challenge Winner
Bradley Jones from Appleton East High School in Wisconsin.

Herff Jones Marketing Challenge Winners
Marie Caraccilo and Mykala Caraccilo from Lansing East High School in Kansas.

DECA Idea Challenge High School Winners
Team BOG of Amity International School from India.