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Unique NZ Board Game Just In Time For Christmas

Date: 21st November 2012


Unique NZ Board Game Just In Time For Christmas

Market $hare, the new board game that will bring out the entrepreneur in you. It will test your business sense, improve your financial literacy and challenge your decision-making. Based around real New Zealand businesses, use your strategy to dominate the market place over your opponents. As you build your success you will need to consider components such as strategy, risk management, budgeting, asset planning, negotiation and cash flow, just like a real entrepreneur would. The beauty of Market $hare is that you learn about financial literacy and how the business world works as you play. The strategic dimension makes every game different. Warning: You will be hooked!

Perfect gift for: Grandchildren, teenagers, Mums, Dads, employees, the businessman or woman in your life and clients.
RRP $89.95 available nationwide at The Warehouse or


Market share is fantastic for teaching school children, team building in corporates or for the entrepreneur in your family. The game includes real New Zealand businesses. Market $hare is the brainchild of entrepreneur Nick Hindson, who wanted to create a way to teach New Zealand generations about business and financial literacy.

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