TOPIC: Topic: Create an E-business website for a local rental business that will also do business online. The business should be specifically targeted for your community. The E-business site should include a name for the business and what items you will be renting. Include pictures and descriptions of items for rent. The site needs to include purchase and shipping information, a shopping cart, and social media links. (NOTE: No live social media accounts should be created for this event.)
SKILLS: This event recognizes FBLA members who have developed proficiency in the creation and design of web commerce sites.
EVENT SPECIFIC GUIDELINES
- Websites must be available for viewing on the Internet at the time of judging.
- No changes may be made to the website after the official entry date.
- Sites should be designed to allow for viewing on as many different platforms as possible.
- If using a shopping cart, it does not need to be activated.
- Explanations should include development and design process, use and implementation of innovative technology, and use and development of media elements.
- The website should be shown to the judges.
- Equipment Setup: 5 min (if exceeded, the amount of time exceeded will be deducted from the presentation time)
- Performance: 7 min
- Warning: 6 min
- Time Up: 7 min
- Penalty Over Time: 5 pts
- Q & A: Judges will conduct a three (3) minute question-answer period.
Submission: Project must be submitted online as a URL. See Competitive Events Overview for submission forms.
Submission Deadline: February 28 by 11:59 PST. Conference registration is required for work to be judged. Missing the deadline will forfeit competitor participation. Hint: Allow for plenty of time to upload your work.
FINALISTS: The top eight (8) individuals or teams with the highest prejudged score will participate in the presentation portion of this event. Competitors are responsible for showing the website to the judges. Number of finalists TBD. Keep checking.
JUDGING: Judges will use the rating sheets (prejudged, presentation) to score competitors. The panel of judges evaluating prejudged materials may not necessarily be the same panel evaluating the presentations. All decisions of the judges are final.
Rating Sheet (demonstration shown first)
GUIDELINES (It is highly recommended that competitors read all guidelines)
Prejudged Project with Presentation
General (All Events)
General Competitive Tips
- Economics & Personal Finance
- Information Technology
- Business Management & Administration
- Information Techology
- Marketing, Sales, & Service