Haskayne 24-Hour Case Competition
When is it? March 5-8, 2014
Where is it? Haskayne School of Business, University of Calgary
Who can apply? Teams of 3-4 MBA students (full or part time)
How much does it cost? $1,250 per team of 4, plus airfare to Calgary (you may apply for a subsidy from Rotman to recoup some of the costs)
How can I apply? Email your team’s 1-page bio to GBCcompetitions@rotman.utoronto.ca by Friday November 29th
What’s it about? The Haskayne 24 Hour Case Competition is a unique competition that brings together the pressure of business decision-making with the students’ developing skills in teamwork, analysis, communication, critical thinking, and quick “on-your-feet” action. Student teams will work around the clock (literally) to find solutions to real-life problems, and then present their ideas in an effective and clear manner to a panel of judges. Senior business executives from the Calgary Community serve as judges, using their unique backgrounds, experience and perspectives to critically assess the participants’ presentations. Teams are judged on creativity, insight, substance and plausibility of implementation
What’s in it for me? Cash prizes, and a chance to bring home a win for Rotman!
Where can I find more info? Click here!
Van Berkom JMSB Small Cap Case Competition
When do I need to apply? Email competition (as per below) by December 4, 2013
When is it? March 28-29, 2014
Where is it? John Molson School of Business, Concordia University, Montreal
Who can apply? Teams of 3-4 graduate students, and coach
How much does it cost? First round is free; advance to second round $250 participation fee + transportation/accommodation in Montreal for completion (you may apply for a subsidy from Rotman which may allow you to recoup some of the costs)
How can I apply? Send an email to email@example.com with Team Name, School Name, Contact information – you will be contacted in mid-January with the qualifying case
What’s it about? Concordia University’s John Molson School of Business (JMSB) and Van Berkom and Associates Inc. are delighted to be collaborating on the 2014 Van Berkom JMSB Case Competition, which will be held in Montreal, QC on March 28 and 29, 2014. This event, a premier case competition focused on small cap investment, will provide graduate-level business students with an opportunity to showcase their ability to analyze financial business cases, develop strategic recommendations and apply the academic skills they have gained in the classroom.
What’s in it for me? TBD … and of course a chance to bring home a win for Rotman!
Where can I find more info? http://vanberkomcc.com
Mai Bangkok Business Challenge
When is it? February 27 – Mar 2, 2014
Where is it? Bangkok, Thailand
Who can apply? Teams of 3-5 students
How much does it cost? All costs covered by the competition; students pay only for airfare to Bangkok
How can I apply? Teams must submit an executive summary (see below) and team resumes by December 13th to GBCcompetitions@rotman.utoronto.ca for preliminary selection process
What’s it about? After holding four annual events since 2002, the Bangkok Business Challenge® is being renamed “The mai Bangkok Business Challenge® @ Sasin”. Starting in 2007, it was co-hosted by the Market for Alternative Investment (mai), Thailand’s stock exchange for medium-sized public companies, and Sasin Graduate Institute of Business Administration of Chulalongkorn University setting a new precedent in the standard of regional business plan competitions. And, starting in 2008, the competition welcomes participation from all nations across the globe. Since 2013, the Venture Labs Investment Competition at The University of Texas (Austin) has become its Partner. The Winner will get a chance for an automatic berth to compete for World Champion at the Venture Labs Investment Competition at The University of Texas (Austin).
What’s in it for me? Chance to travel to Bangkok, cash prizes, and a chance to bring home a win for Rotman!
Where can I find more info? Click here!
Sofaer International Case Competition
When is it? May 18-24, 2014
Where is it? Tel Aviv University (Recanati School of Business)
Who can apply? Team of 4 MBA students
How much does it cost? Airfare to Tel Aviv only (you may apply for a subsidy from Rotman which may allow you to recoup some of the costs)
How can I apply? Submit team member resumes and a 500 word statement of interest by December 10th to GBCcompetitions@rotman.utoronto.ca
What’s it about? The case presents a current and real strategic challenge or dilemma faced by an Israeli company operating in the global arena, with an emphasis on entrepreneurship and innovation. The teams will receive the case on Sunday, May 18, 2014.
What’s in it for me? A trip to Israel, and chance to bring home a win for Rotman!
Where can I find out more? Click here!
Applications for the Hult Global Prize close on December 17th …
Visit their site for more information: http://www.hultprize.org