Winning BU Team Announced to Compete in International Tech Strategy Case Competition
16 teams. 7 countries. $47.5K in Prizes: 6th Global Tech Strategy Competition
The School of Management has announced the winners of the School’s internal 6th Annual International Tech Strategy Business Case Competition. Four current full-time Boston University MBA students will go on to represent the School at the final round of the competition on March 24-26, where sixteen teams from top business schools around the world will vie for $47,500 in prizes.
Congratulations to Kevin Schlabach, Tarun Theogaraj, Neel Madhvani, and Anish Menon!
These students beat out seven other internal teams in their presentation of the case “Seeking a Viable Go-to-Market Strategy for Apple TV in 2011,” written by Boston University School of Management Professor N. Venkatraman, one of the most cited business scholars across the world.
About the Boston University International Tech Strategy Business Case Competition:
This event is an invitation-only 24-hour case competition to solve a market challenge focused on technology in business strategy and operations. Hosted in collaboration with market-leader Ericsson, the annual competition draws teams of full-time students from the world’s leading MBA programs as well as judges from leading IT firms.
It is devoted to recognizing the top up-and-coming MBA strategists who understand the transformative power of IT in business and to enabling student teams to showcase their talents to top players in the technology and telecomm fields.