Business students win Case Competition Copenhagen

The 2010 CBS Case Competition, organised by Copenhagen Business School, was won on Friday March 5th by a student team from the Maastricht University School of Business and Economics (SBE).

The CBS case competition is an undergraduate competition for twelve selected business schools from all over the world, during which the students are to solve a realistic business challenge. The SBE competition team consisted of students Lena Sablotny, Daniel Moll, Martin Rezaie Ahvanouie and Clemens Happ, and their coach Bas van Diepen. Among this years’ strong contestants were the University of Melbourne, the National University of Singapore and the George Washington University, all SBE partner universities. For the final case, the team had to come up with initiatives for Tivoli, the oldest still operating amusement park in Europe, to improve its current operations and to create conceptual ideas for Tivoli’s next revenue boost.
This victory is already SBE’s second case competition win, after last years’ win at the Thammasat Undergraduate Business Challenge in Bangkok. In April 2010, SBE will organise its first International Case Competition @Maastricht, in which sixteen international universities will compete.

Winning Team #2

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