On Monday our Year 10 cohort ran a successful lunchtime marketplace as a practical component of their commerce studies on running a business. In small groups, they created a business from the ground up by selecting their product or service, advertising to the school community, organising materials and supplies, establishing a point of sale and customer service on the day. The stalls came to life selling homemade goods, henna, bubble tea, sausage sizzles, pizza and fortune telling. The students engaged in the realities of running a business and the need for teamwork, planning, troubleshooting and resilience. The customers (high school students and teachers) were very impressed by the stall offerings and we congratulate Year 10 on their meaningful business accomplishments.