Hult International Case Challenge Announces Winners of Regional Competitions


Hult International Organization College these days announced the five regional winning teams of its 2nd Annual Hult Worldwide Case Challenge: Boston University School of Management, Stanford University Graduate School of Organization, University of Belgrade Faculty of Organizational Sciences, SDA Bocconi School of Management and The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology. The regional competitors took spot on Saturday, March 5 in Boston, San Francisco, London, Dubai and Shanghai.

This year’s Hult Worldwide Case Challenge brings together college and university students from the world’s prime schools to focus on creating options to accelerate clean water access and sanitation about the world. The 5 regional winners will now advance to the Global Final on April 28 in New York City, exactly where 1 team’s innovative answer will be chosen by a planet-class panel of company executive judges.

“We congratulate all regional winners on a job properly accomplished and look forward to a robust and exciting competition in April,” mentioned Dr. Stephen Hodges, president of Hult International Business School. “With far more than a single billion individuals worldwide lacking access to clean water, this Case Challenge is presenting an opportunity for some of the brightest minds in the world to contribute solutions to a expanding social and environmental crisis. By reaching beyond Wall Street, Canary Wharf, Lujiazui and other main financial districts, we hope to teach the subsequent generation of company leaders that the capabilities they understand can be utilized for-good as well as for-profit.”

The 5 teams competing in the International Final in NYC include:

• BOSTON – Boston University’s School of Management (Boston, MA): Jane Bulnes-Fowles, Toni Ann Louie, Matthew Kelly Fox, Catherine Lynn Liang and Ravi Kolipaka
• SAN FRANCISCO – Stanford University’s Graduate School of Business (Stanford, CA): Ashish Jhina, Sebastien Tilmans, Florian Wiedinger, Ido Sum and Dan Tuttle
• LONDON – University of Belgrade’s Faculty of Organizational Sciences (Serbia): Ema Neskovic, Jovana Dadic, Ninoslav Stojsavljevic, Tamara Pajevic and Aleksandra Nikolic
• DUBAI- SDA Bocconi’s School of Management (Milan, Italy): Andre Krzyzowski, Nicolette Cora, Partha Ganguly, Felipe Dell’oro, Alejandra Caceres
• SHANGHAI – The Hong Kong University of Science and Technologies (Hong Kong, China): Gaurav Bhatia, Venisa Chu, Jeffrey Chow and Lucas Pech

A sixth group from the on the web competition will be announced on March 21 and will join the 5 regional winners at the International Final in New York City.

The Hult International Case Challenge competition is in partnership with the Clinton Global Initiative and, an organization co-founded by Gary White and actor Matt Damon. The Worldwide Winner will be awarded a $ 1 million prize that will go towards operating with to implement their clean water options. President Bill Clinton will be on hand at the final competition in New York City to provide the keynote address and personally present the award to the winning group.

Worldwide judges will consist of Gary White, Executive Director and Co-Founder of George Fisher, Former CEO of Kodak and present senior advisor of private equity powerhouse KKR Bruce Mosler, Co- Chairman of Cushman &amp Wakefield Peter Thum, Co-Founder of Ethos Water and a Vice President at Starbucks Gary Hattem, President of the Deutsche Bank Foundation and Premal Shah, a top social entrepreneur and president of

All round, much more than 130 teams from the world’s leading academic institutions competed in the regional competitions. Schools participating included Hult, MIT, Harvard, Tufts, Cornell, Columbia, Boston University, Stanford, UC Berkeley, UC Davis, Middlesex University Dubai, Chinese University of Hong Kong, Bahria University, EDHEC Company School, University of St. Gallen, ESADE, Warsaw University, INSEAD, Tel Aviv University, HEC Paris, Johns Hopkins University, Norwegian College of Management, Stockholm College of Economics, Instituto de Empresa, University of British Columbia, Pan African University (Lagos), Peking University and the University of Macau, among other folks.

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Hult International Organization School (formerly recognized as the Arthur D. Little College of Management) is the 1st international business college with campuses in Boston, San Francisco, London, Dubai, and Shanghai. The School provides a variety of enterprise-focused applications like MBA, Master and Undergraduate degrees. Hult’s one-year MBA program is ranked in the top 30 in the world by The Economist and among the best one hundred by the Financial Instances.

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