Wisconsin FBLA Competitive Event Study Guides


Congratulations on your choice to participate in an FBLA Competitive Event! By competing, you are not only broadening your knowledge of the business world, but also opening yourself up to meet other FBLA members that are interested in similar aspects of FBLA as you are. The following URLs may be useful in preparing for your competitive event. They are arranged by event for lack of confusion. Good Luck!

For Event Guidelines, Rating Sheets, Formatting Guide, Topics, Statement of Assurance, and sample FBLA competitive event performances, please see:


FBLA Competitive Event Resources 2013-2014

Accounting I/Accounting II Desktop Publishing


LifeSmarts Event Guidelines


Agribusiness Event Guidelines

Digital Design & Promotion Local Chapter Annual Business Report
American Enterprise Project Digital Video Production Management Decision Making
Banking & Financial Systems E-Business Management Information Systems
Business Calculations Economics

Mobile Application Development

Mobile Application Development Event Guidelines

Mobile Application Development Rating Sheets

Business Communication Electronic Career Portfolio Marketing
Business Ethics Emerging Business Issues Network Design
Business Financial Plan Entrepreneurship Networking Concepts
Business Law FBLA Principles & Procedures Parliamentary Procedure
Business Math Future Business Leader Partnership with Business Project
Business Plan Global Business Personal Finance
Business Presentation Healthcare Administration

Public Service Announcement

Public Service Announcement Event Guidelines

Public Service Announcement Rating Sheets

Business Procedures Help Desk

Public Speaking I/Public Speaking II

Client Service Hospitality Management Sports & Entertainment Managmenet
Community Service Project Impromptu Speaking Spreadsheet Applications
Computer Applications

Insurance & Risk Management

Insurance & Risk Management Event Guidelines

Virtual Business Challenge
Computer Game & Simulations Programming

Introduction to Business

Web Site Design
Computer Problem Solving Introduction to Business Communication Word Processing 
Cyber Security Introduction to Parliamentary Procedure
Database Design & Applications Introduction to Information Technology   
Desktop Application Design Programming Job Interview

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    For questions about this information, contact David Thomas (608) 266-2348