Local Student Uses Satellite Six As A Model For National Competition

Recently our company received a phone call from a local high school asking if one of their students, Elijah, could learn more about Satellite Six and what we do for an upcoming DECA competition that he’s currently preparing for. DECA, a student organization that aims at teaching young entrepreneurs about marketing, finance, hospitality, and management, is a global organization that holds various events throughout the year for students to partake in. As you can imagine, we were more than happy to share information and valuable insights with this future business professional!

Elijah is currently a senior at Chippewa Falls High School and is planning on attending the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire in Fall 2016 to study Professional Sales. Elijah initially became interested in Web Design and Web Development when his good friend began working for SAP/HP Software in the sales department. After learning about our company and what we do, his interest grew even stronger. Elijah thinks it’s incredible that he can use technology as a platform for sales, as it’s a growing industry that has endless impact on both a national and global scale.

Using his passion for technology and sales, he has won both of his Regional and State competitions this year, using Satellite Six as a model and main research hub. He used the information on our website to jump ahead of his competition and is now advancing to the National DECA competition in Nashville, Tennessee at the end of April!

Elijah initially found our company through an organic local search on Google. He mentioned that he found other local Web Design companies as well, but he found the content on the Satellite Six site to be of better quality to aid his research during his preparation. He easily understood the services we offer and enjoyed how we displayed it in a creative way.

We would like to extend a thank you to the Chippewa Falls High School DECA Organization for allowing Elijah to come meet with us and learn about the Website Design and Development industry, and we want to wish him the best of luck at his National competition in a few weeks!

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