Bernard Solutions

We offer a variety of business games solutions so that the client can tailor them according to their needs.

Business games for corporate use, conducted by qualified professionals with a great experience.

We have a team of specialists capable of developing specific simulators according to the client’s needs.

Competitions of business games, where the management simulation methodology is applied using the Bernard simulators.

Since 1998, Bernard has held a national managerial simulation tournament using the simulators developed by the company.

Our Clients and Partners

Bernard’s business games have already been used in more than 270 academic clients and dozens of corporations.
Develop and train your students through business gaming solutions, combining theory with management practice. The use of a business simulator is applicable in high school, technical, undergraduate, and postgraduate.
Use business games to train management skills to employees, partners, or customers. The business simulation will bring a unique experience to Corporate University!
If your company provides management consulting, become a partner of Bernard Business Simulation. Specialize in business simulators and apply business gaming with your customers.
Use our business simulators for technical training of your employees, leadership development, and training of trainees. Apply company game also in congresses and departmental integration.

Want to know more?

Contact us. It will be a pleasure to meet you and present our simulators.

Business Games Content

Keep up with the latest content, such as news, tips, papers and interviews, always based on the state of the art of business games.
Theory vs. Practice

Theory vs. Practice in Studies

Teaching is very focused on theory and without much practice. In the management area, business games bring the practice to essentially theoretical courses.

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Interview – Bernie Keys

ABSEL’s founder, the world’s largest business simulation association, comments on his experience with business simulation and the future of the methodology.

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