Four Management Students to Attend Asian Business Case Competition
10 Sep, 2011 5:28
Four Management students from Professor Richard Donovan’s Case Analysis and Presentation class have been chosen to compete in the Asian Business Case Competition at Nanyang Business School in Singapore from October 2-5.
The four students:
Sarah Chow, U3 Marketing, Finance, and International Business
Chris Hartman, U4 Finance and Accounting
Sumira Jayabalan, U4 Marketing, International Business, and Finance
Sam Latham, U4 Accounting and Strategy
Asian Business Case Competition is a four-day international undergraduate business case competition with a focus on sustainability.
The competition features a “Sustainability Roundtable” segment, which engages leading academics, industry experts, policy pundits and student leaders in the analysis and exploration of sustainable practices and policies.
ABCC is organized by students from Nanyang Business School’s case club, Business Solutions.