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Tutorial Videos for MikesBikes Introduction

Below are the key tutorial videos to help students using the MikesBikes Introduction to Business Simulation.

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Getting Started with MikesBikes

The video below provides an overview of how the MikesBikes Introduction simulation is structured, the company you will be managing and the market you will be operating in.

Year 1 Decisions

This video will guide you through your first year’s decisions in the MikesBikes simulation.

Year 2 New Decisions

This video walks you through the new decision areas in Year 2 in MikesBikes, covering Distribution and Branding.

Year 3 New Decisions

This video walks you through the new decision areas in Year 3 of the simulation; covering Operations and Finance.

Year 4 New Decisions

This video provides an overview of the new decision areas in year four of the simulation; Finance, Product Development and Launching a New Product.

Using the Live Forecast

Tutorial video on formulating an accurate sales forecast for a new product in a new market.

How to Price a Product

Tutorial video on how to decide on a viable Retail Price for your products.

How to Forecast Sales

Tutorial video on formulating an accurate sales forecast for your products.

How to Promote your Product

Tutorial video on formulating an accurate sales forecast for your products.

Overview of the Key Reports

Tutorial video covering the Key Reports in MikesBikes and how to read these.

Product Development in MikesBikes

Tutorial video on how to conduct product development for an existing product.

Adding a New Product in MikesBikes

Tutorial video on how to launch a new product in MikesBikes.

How to Forecast Sales in a New Market

Tutorial video on formulating an accurate sales forecast for a new product in a new market.

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