Accenture Case Study Competition

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Our team was built from diverse skillsets in Engineering, Finance, Biology and Actuarial Science and thrived on the open flow of ideas, having fun, mutual respect and the competitive drive that brought us to Ivey.But despite winning, despite the prestige, despite the praise and congratulations from classmates and faculty, the most rewarding aspect of the competition occurred during the final presentation when we were introduced to our client.

Everyone taking part in the 2018 Global Case Challenge will have the chance to develop and refine their strategy and business skills, and will earn valuable professional experience.

For the winning team, this is a unique and potentially career-changing opportunity.

During the presentation we were surprised with an introduction to its COO, Russ Mc Leod, and the revelation that this was an issue for which they were still seeking a solution.

Presenting our strategy to Me to We and being received with enthusiasm and genuine interest will likely be the experience I remember most fondly from my MBA.

The first Cartier’s food stores were small local grocers opened more than 80 years ago, which…

Take 140 of the most competitive, intelligent students in Canada and pit them against one another in a winner take-all contest for glory: The Accenture Case Competition – the culmination of intensity in the 2017 Ivey MBA Program.

Before attending Ivey, Adrian worked as a Project Manager in the Environmental Consulting Industry in Vancouver, Calgary and Manitoba.

At Ivey, Adrian is a Vice President of the Investment and Economics Club and member of the Golf, Consulting and Marketing clubs.

At only 3 months into the program, it is amazing to know that we have already made an impact.

From Vancouver, British Columbia, Adrian graduated from the University of British Columbia with a degree in Biology specializing in Conservation and Evolutionary Ecology.


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