The Future of Entrepreneurship E-Learning For Universities

Startup Wars is an entrepreneurship platform that enables students to experience entrepreneurship without the financial risk. Students will learn skills and concepts vital to starting their own business such as Team Management, Customer Discovery, Financial Literacy, and more!

Startup Competition

Perfect for getting students interested in your entrepreneurship program!
  • • University wide access to Startup Simulation Competition
  • • Includes leaderboards for the competitive element
  • • Includes customized lead-gen link for student enrollment after the competition
  • The Entrepreneurship Competition is ideal for encouraging students to become interested in entrepreneurship and your college's entrepreneurship program.

    This competition can be run either as a branded or white-labeled competition. For information on white-labeled solutions, please contact our enterprise team.

Startup Simulation

Perfect for students learning multiple types of business models in their course curriculum.
$ 25
/ per student
  • • Student Simulation Game (Full Version)
  • • Student access to grading & reflections
  • • Student access to companion quizzes
  • • Teacher access to customized Portal
  • • Teacher access to grading & reporting
  • • Teacher access to pre-made course materials & suggested formats
  • • Teacher access to unlock additional educational learning modules
  • The student simulation packages are free for universities and paid direct by students, or as part of their textbook fee.

    Please note - additional simulations are purchased at a discounted rate of $25

Enterprise Packages

Contact us for customized packages for your college or university.

Common Requests Include:

  • • White-labeled Simulations
  • • Faculty controlled content
  • • Monetization & Publishing
  • • University Wide Competitions
  • • Customized system integrations
  • • Tailored simulations and content
  • Includes exclusive access to the Startup Wars Capstone program, which allows students to create custom simulations.