Business Students Qualify for Worldwide Competition

Business Students Qualify for Worldwide Competition

Four Southeast Missouri State University business students proved they’re among the best in the world by qualifying for the Championship Round of the 2020 Network of International Business Schools (NIBS) Worldwide Case Competition in Germany.

Southeast was one of just 16 teams that qualified for the championship round. The competition is a test of problem-solving ability, business acumen, cultural insight, communication skills and teamwork. It’s the oldest and leading undergraduate business case competition in existence. Schools from more than 30 countries around the world take part.

Competing schools qualified for the championship round by solving a business case in an eight-hour timeframe. Southeast students worked in a room with only four reference books and no internet access to prepare a written report containing their analysis and recommendations. The NIBS judging panel comprised of corporate professionals and academics evaluated the proposals and chose 16 of the top teams to participate in Germany.

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