2015 IIBD International Case Competition in November
We are pleased to announce that the Wing Lung Bank International Institute for Business Development (IIBD) and Chinese Businesses Case Centre, School of Business, Hong Kong Baptist University (HKBU) will organise the 2015 IIBD International Case Competition. This is the 10th year that IIBD organises such an international competition. The purpose of 2015 IIBD International Case Competition is to strengthen internationalisation through the enhancement of student and faculty networks, both social as well as professional. To know more about IIBD and the Case Competition, please visit our website: http://iibd.hkbu.edu.hk/CC2015.
The theme of this year’s Competition is “e-Business: Leveraging the Digital Edge”. You are invited to nominate ONE team of business students to participate in this Competition to be held on 20 November at HKBU. Each participating team must consist of not more than four members, with not more than one graduate student, and be supervised by a faculty supervisor. Please send your application to the IIBD Secretariat by 22 May 2015. For details and guidelines of the 2015 IIBD International Case Competition, please refer to the attached flyer, or visit our website: http://iibd.hkbu.edu.hk/CC2015.
Five finalist teams will be chosen and informed by the Organising Committee on 18 September 2015. They will be invited to Hong Kong to compete for the Gold, Silver and Bronze awards, as well as the Best Presenter award in the final round of the Competition on 20 November 2015. Accommodation at Hong Kong Baptist University will be provided for non-local finalists from 19-22 November 2015.
We would appreciate your efforts in sharing the above information with your students and encouraging them to participate in the Competition. Should you require further information or need hard copies of the flyer, please feel free to contact us via e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org, by fax (852) 3411 5584, or by phone (852) 3411 5365.
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Encl.: Poster for the 2015 IIBD International Case Competition