A group of Integrated Management Experience (IME) students in the Faculty of Management has made the final round of Canada's most prestigious business case competition.
Five U of L students made it through a grueling preliminary process to win the right to compete in the finals with business students from around the world at the Queen's University Inter-Collegiate Business Competition (ICBC), which takes place this month in Kingston, Ont.
ICBC is Canada's oldest and largest undergraduate academic business case competition and attracts business students from across Canada and the world. This year, students from 33 international universities (Canada, USA, Hong Kong, mainland China, Singapore, and the U.K.) competed in the preliminary round, where the top six teams were chosen to compete in the finals.
The U of L teams that made the finals were in the Ethics category (Chase Degenhardt and Caleb Pierce) and in Business Policy (Larissa Featherstone, Andrew Brown and Allison Mostowich).