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Business on the Move Game – teaching children the business of global trade
CCL sponsors Business on the Move, an innovative business game for schools. The game features CCL alongside other big names from the world of freighting and logistics. Children can learn about the UK’s supply chain, and explore the issues involved in shipping products from China to the UK and making a profit. They have to make decisions on which modes of transport and which routes to take and they encounter all sorts of problems which grown-ups in the world of global trade run across every day. And all this is wrapped up in an entertaining board game!
Click here to visit the Business on the Move website and find out more about Business on the Move.
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