UNSW student Siddarth Sethi was voted best speaker and our student team was among the top three in the recent CBS Case Competition.
The team - students Lily Zhang, Jerry Zhou, Siddharth Sethi and Nick Pinidiya – last week made it into the highly competitive final round in the CBS completion in Copenhagen, narrowly missing out on the top award.
The competition was fierce, with both McGill university and the National University of Singapore being winners of the competition in previous years, and after ultimately it took the chair of the panel to decide, which resulted in NUS taking the title.
Making it to the finals of this competition is an amazing achievement for the team and really shows the calibre of their work making it to the finals against teams with vast amounts of experience.
*about the competition
Set over 7 days, students will have to devise business solutions for real companies and put together the business case for the implementation, and projected gains, of these solutions.
Our UNSW Business School students Lily Zhang, Jerry Zhou, Siddharth Sethi and
Nick Pinidiya, who are led by School of Accounting lecturer
Brian Burfitt as faculty advisor in the International CBS Case Competition had the pleasure of meeting Prince Joachim of Denmark and Australian Ambassador to Denmark, Norway and Iceland, Damien Miller.
The 2016 CBS Case Competition is supported Deloitte, Velux, BCG (Boston Consulting Group), Norde Arla, and Dong Energy, adding to the illustrious list of previous partners such as Lego, Bang & Olufson, the Copenhagen Zoo and DSB.
In the 2015 Competition, students had to improve the customer experience for the Danish State Railway, DSB with an innovative 3-year plan targeting customer satisfaction, new markets and growing DSB brand.
To learn more about the CBS Case Competition