Other sales competitions

Turku Sales Competition (TSC)

Turku Sales Competition is a three-stage role-playing event, during which each competitor goes through a B2B sales negotiation. The competition is organized once a year by Turku UAS, Finland and is a part of the Sales Module.
The participants of the competition consist of sales engineering students and exchange students of Turku UAS as well as visitors from other universities. The competition is held in English.
Competition Director: Timo Holopainen, timo.holopainen(at)turkuamk.fi
More information https://myyntiakatemia.turkuamk.fi/turku-sales-competition/

Best Virtual Seller (BVS)

Best Virtual Seller is a role-playing game in a B2B sales situation arranged by Turku UAS, Finland. The Competition is organized twice a year in Finnish.
The participants of the competition consist of sales and sales engineering students.
Competition Director: Sanna Vauranoja, sanna.vauranoja(at)turkuamk.fi
More information https://myyntiakatemia.turkuamk.fi/

Best Seller

Best Seller Competition is a Finnish national sales competition for all Finnish Universities. The competition is arranged in Finnish annually by either Turku UAS or Haaga-Helia UAS.
More information https://www.bestsellercompetition.fi/

ITV Sales Competition – First Semester

ITV Sales Competition is targeted at First Semester Students of the Study Program International Sales Management. The competition is held in Germany and is arranged annually by Technische Hochschule Aschaffenburg, Germany.

For more information, contact Ludger.Schneider-Stoermann@th-ab.de

The Trade Negotiation Challenge

The Challenge des Négociales has now become a springboard to professional life for the future salespeople who participate in it and a privileged place of recruitment for companies. Every year, many of these companies, regional or national, mobilize their employees around this great challenge. Many of them have understood what is at stake and are loyal partners of the Négociales. Having become the unmissable meeting place for students, professionals and teachers who share the same passion for sales, the Négociales, whose scope now extends internationally, The Trade Negotiation Challenge.

More information https://lesnegociales.com/


SEASAC is the ‘South East Asian Sales Competition’, originally an ERASMUS+ project to support sales education across the South East Asian nations.

The first competition was in 2020 and it has gone from strength to strength. The European Sales competition has strong ties with SEASAC and there are often opportunities for students to cross-compete, offering learning opportunities plus gaining an appreciation of different cultures.

Why European students should be involved?

The best students from the European Sales Competition and South East Asian Sales competitions and opportunities to cross-compete. The competitions, whilst separate, have similar rules and set-up, so competitors offering an opportunity to compete internationally should be reasonably familiar and comfortable in participating. There is a reciprocal arrangement for students from South East Asia to participate in the European Sales competition. This is a great opportunity to demonstrate those skills that you have learnt for your own local competition. The more experience that you have the more confidence you will be in the future.

More details

Check out the SEASAC website for more details at SEASalescompetition.com. And see student experiences (both European and SE Asian) on the SEASAC YouTube channel. Follow SEASAC on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.