Visible Value’s mission is to enable financial literacy at all levels of society. 

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Through a completely unique, immersive, virtual learning experience Visible Value enables literally anyone (even those allergic to maths) to be effective in running a responsible, sustainable business.
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Who we are

Visible Value is the result of a collaboration between two experts in game based training, ProfitAbility Business Simulations and Ososim Limited


It is based on ProfitAbility’s core financial board game, “Business Essentials”, which has been used in organisations worldwide for 25 years by over 500,000 people. 


The coronavirus pandemic presented the opportunity to create on Ososim’s technology platform a digital version of this proven learning experience, and the participant feedback so far has been phenomenal!

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Our expert facilitators

All our courses are led at all times by expert facilitators. Each facilitator brings their own unique style to Visible Value but they all possess the following characteristics:

  • Dynamic and engaging personalities

  • Vast business expertise from extensive commercial experience

  • Flexibility to adapt each course to the abilities of the cohort



If your organisation helps your own clients or learner cohorts understand business and finance, get in touch to arrange a FREE demo of Visible Value and a discussion of how it could fit into your existing offerings. We can easily train you to facilitate Visible Value yourself.

Here’s why some of our existing partners use Visible Value:
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I am using Visible Value with my clients for several reasons. The most obvious ones are to understand dynamic strategy, pricing, and market feedback. However, of even more interest is looking at how participants behave. Most participants find that they learn a lot about their colleagues they never knew, but it helps them going forward.

Marc Borelli

Business Coach and Vistage Chair

Join our mission to enable financial literacy across society