Virtual Enterprise Places in Top 10% in National Elevator Pitch Competition

The Virtual Enterprise company, Ecompact, at Bloomington High School, placed in the top 10% at the National Elevator Pitch competition held in October. There were 3,668 entries. The program is under the direction of teacher, Robin Buckles, and is a part of the Business and Entrepreneurship Pathway at Bloomington High School. Ecompact sells mini soap that can be carried in purses, wallets, and backpacks and is activated with very little water. It is “Mini Soap that Gives Us Hope” The program is also one of many course offerings by Colton Redlands Yucaipa ROP.

By Elena Hernandez, Program Manager
Colton-Redlands-Yucaipa ROP (CRY-ROP)