MBA Case Competition here January 18 – 20

[img_assist|nid=733|title=|desc=Concordia undergraduate Commerce students competed impressively against 22 other Canadian universities in the recent Queen’s University Case Competition. The Business Policy team, comprised of`2nd-year students, successfully reached the finals after finishing in the top five after the preliminary round.
Pictured above are (front, from left) Daria Sangiovanni, Victor Grascia and May Boctor from the Business Policy Team. In the back row are (from left) Jean-Pierre Blanchette and Mark Balas (Industrial Policy Team); Susan Stewart, Rob Levy and Juan Corsillo (Business Game Team); and Violette Dessureault (Marketing Team — absent: Judith Meunier).
18 universities will participate in ninth annual event Canada’s most prestigious universities will be participating in the ninth Concordia University National MBA Case competition, to be held at the Grand Hotel (777 University Street) today through Saturday (Jan. 18-20th).

The teams will compete for the coveted Concordia Cup, as well as scholarships to be awarded to the top three teams.
Teams will give oral presentations of actual business cases, which will be judged by a panel of 100 top executives from Montréal, Québec City, Ottawa and Toronto.

The event is completely sponsored by the business community, who have donated money, services and the three team scholarships.

For further information, please contact Elaine Thériault or Dominique Adrien at 848-2736.