Business World in the Classroom Competition
Fall 2022 Contest
In order to grow and thrive, businesses need to constantly be thinking two steps ahead of today. What changes are happening in their industry? What do their customers want? How can they improve their business processes and procedures? How can they create a need?
The Wisconsin-based Kwik Trip Corporation is a terrific example of the importance of innovation. A leader in vertical integration, manufacturing and customer care, Kwik Trip has graciously partnered with the Wisconsin Business World Program to present our inaugural bi-annual Statewide Classroom Innovation Competition.
The Fall 2022 Wisconsin Business World & Kwik Trip Innovation Contest will be open September 14 – December 16.
Spring 2022 Innovation Competition
The winners of the Spring Innovation Competition are:
Kwik Trip Ice Cream Station – Caden & Will – Appleton North High School
Kwik Service – Bob, Jake & Devin – Waukesha West High School
Kwik Trip Ice Cream Machine – Mai See & Ealy – Logan High
Special thanks to our 2022 WMC Foundation Sponsors for their commitment to our events and programs throughout the year!
Who Can Enter
Students in grades 6-12. You may choose to enter individually, or in a group of no more than three students.
Create a new product idea for the Kwik Trip Convenience Stores.
December 16, 2022 – 11:59PM.
The top three winning entries will each receive a $500 cash prize. If you enter as a team your prize will be split evenly among your entire group.
Project Details and Submission Requirements
- Watch the Kwik Trip Production video and submit your answers to the following questions on the Google Entry Form:
a) What are some Kwik Trip innovations you see in the video?
b) Who was the celebrity endorser of the new Fresh Blends Smoothie Machine?
c) Why is innovation important to the overall success of a business and to the satisfaction of its customers?
- Upload a creative presentation featuring your new Kwik Trip product idea explaining why Kwik Trip should put it in their stores and why guests will purchase your idea. Pay close attention to and explain your target market, price point and marketing ideas in your presentation. Your project may be formatted in the manner that best showcases your ideas. Some examples include: video essays, video commercials, written essays (no longer than 1,000 words), a recorded sales pitch, a sales and marketing plan, or any combination of all or any of these ideas. Be creative in your presentations. And most of all, have fun INNOVATING!
- All entries must be submitted with provided release form signed by a legal parent or guardian of all participating students, including each student of a group.
Bubble Tea | Hezekiah
Fox Valley Lutheran High School
Donut Topping Dispenser | Kaitlyn
Merrill High School
Tacos | Tracy, Bella & Dayne
La Crosse Logan
Spring 2021 Innovation Competition Honorable Mentions
Business World in the Classroom
Business is a Force for Good
Spring 2022 Contest
Please write an essay of no longer than 1,000 words that highlights the importance of business in your community and the incredible way you are witnessing companies in Wisconsin help their local communities.