On Jan. 13, Mepham High School joined other budding entrepreneurs from throughout the island to compete for the top spot at Long Island’s Regional Business Plan Competition, sponsored by HSBC.
Teams representing 56 virtual enterprise companies from 42 high schools in both Nassau and Suffolk counties had their written business plans and oral presentations judged by industry professionals and educators at Farmingdale State College.
Mepham’s TruViewVR earned first-place honors for Most Enthusiastic Booth and Best Catalog at this year’s competitions.
“TruViewVR’s presentation team, consisting of Marquise Soto, Kevin Chaimowitz, Nick Girardi, Mike Smith, Mike Pioli and Jake Brief, performed brilliantly during the Business Plan Competition,” said Vice Principal Marie Netto.
They will continue on to the Trade Show Competition in April held in New York City.