ICC@M 2015

ICC@M, International Case Competition @ Maastricht

Maastricht University, School of Business and Economics, 19 April – 25 April 2015

ICC@M 2015 Organizing Team

Organizing Team: Anna Köttgen, Rendy Jansen, Pascal Lelkens, Teresa Fischer Perez-Lozao, Laura Plank, János Berghorn and Bas van Diepen

ICC@M 2015 Business Partners

Business Partners: 3D Maastricht, BONNÉ + JAN, De Haan, De L’Empereur, Deutsche Asset & Wealth Management (Deutsche Bank), DHL, Gemeente Maastricht, Henkel, IBM, Kruisherenhotel Maastricht, Launchbase, Maastricht University School of Business and Economics, Museum aan het Vrijthof, openline,PrepLounge, Veolia Transport

ICC@M 2015 Participants

Teams: University of California Berkeley, University of Washington Foster School of Business, University of Florida, Richard Ivey School of Business, HEC Montreal, FGV Sao Paulo, Catolica Lisbon, University of St. Gallen, Maastricht University School of Business and Economics, National University of Singapore, Thammasat University, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Tsinghua University, University of New South Wales, Queensland University of Technology

ICC@M 2015 Photos


ICC@M 2015 Impressions Video


How does it work?

Participants compete with the best students from the top business schools around the world. Competitions vary in size from 8-30 participating universities. During the competition they will be presented with a business case and then separated from other teams and faculty advisor for anywhere between 24 to 60 hours. During that time students will:

• Read the business case (these can be between 2 and 50 pages)
• Identify the issues
• Develop a plan to resolve the issues
• Prepare a presentation to communicate your plan to the “board of directors” – panel of judges

All teams present their cases to a panel of judges representing business leaders. Winners are selected after the Weighting of Rounds scheme.