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This paper analyzes how involved students retrospectively evaluate the participation in mini-companies in Swiss higher secondary schools. These mini-companies are entrepreneurial projects situated in the field of business education, which require real investments and active marketing measures on a small scale. The cross-sectional study is based on a survey concerning the Company Program of "Young Enterprise Switzerland" (YES). The theoretical framework has been derived from a discussion ofdoi:10.26041/fhnw-211 fatcat:cmkpdzj3xva57jxih3wfzgagfi