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Meaning of "business game" - Business English Dictionary

business game

noun
 
 
[C] a game which includes business activities and can be used for learning about business or testing different solutions to business problems: The business game is designed to provide an effective learning experience for managers who wish to develop their strategic decision-making skills.
[S] informal the principles and activity of business: He retired from sports and went to the U.S. to learn the business game.
(Definition of business game from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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