WBS team still in Hult Global Challenge
A team of WBS MBA students narrowly missed winning the London finals of the Hult Global Case Challenge (Housing Track), but are still in with a chance of a place in the global finals through the online competition.
They came second out of eighteen qualifying teams last weekend, beating stiff competition from business schools such as LBS and Oxford in the UK, HEC in France, and Schulich in Canada.
The Warwick team have now submitted an entry into the Online Global competition, success in which would result in winners being invited to New York for the global final next month. Ankit Mehta, team leader, says, "The HULT competition rules allow us to use all means and ways to market our online video/business model. We are keen to encourage everyone to vote daily for our entry through the link below, as only the team with the greatest number of votes will get through the first stage of the online competition!"
The other Warwick team members are:
Pratibha Dewett, from India, Patrick Mususa from Tanzania, Wendy Okada Nishikawa from Peru, and Zohair Ali from Pakistan.
(Note: voters will need a Facebook account; no further voting is possible until 24 hours after the first vote is made.)