UWF Business Case Competition: Masters Level
The graduate business case competition will be held April 14, 2018 in Pensacola, Florida. Business students will compete for their chance at $10,000 in cash prizes.
Present to a NASDAQ-Listed Company
The University of West Florida cordially invites you to the UWF Business Case Competition: Masters Level.
Specifically, we are looking for the best graduate student teams to articulate our client's core competencies and identify revenue sources to create a strategy that will best leverage the company's current assets leading to increased shareholder value.
Join us for this unique learning and networking experience.
$10,000 in cash prizes will be given away!
Submit Your Application Before The Deadline.
Submit APPLICATION and mail-in $150 registration fee.*
Note: Registration fee includes meals during event.
|February 26, 2018|
Receive case details.
|February 28, 2018|
Develop case strategy.
Note: Two conference calls with the client will be scheduled during this time. Teams are not allowed to contact the client outside of these scheduled times.
|March 1, 2018 to April 12, 2018|
|Deliver slides to UWF. Attend a welcoming reception.||April 13, 2018|
Present to a distinguished panel of judges (including the client).
April 14, 2018
*Make checks payable to UWF and mail to:
UWF College of Business
11000 University Parkway
Building 76A, Room 330
Pensacola, Florida 32514
If applicable, please include your school's tax exempt paperwork.
If paying with a personal check, or from a non-tax exempt university, tax must also be included. The new total is $161.25.
Judging Will Be Based On:
- Case recommendations
- Feasibility of implementing such recommendations
- Ability to present and support findings
|20 Minutes||Team Presentation (All Students Must Participate)|
|5 Minutes||Judge Discussion|
|5 Minutes||Team Changeover|
Note: Presentation order given by time of team submission to UWF.
Rules and Guidelines
- We will accept one team from each university. Each team may include 3-5 students and one advisor.
- The competition is limited to a maximum number of 8 universities.
- Every participant must be enrolled in graduate level program, either part-time or full-time.
- Each team will be assigned a team identifier.
- Business professional attire required. No school affiliation allowed.
- Sources must be submitted with presentation.
- Publicly available information allowed.
- No outside assistance allowed (only team members and faculty advisor can do the work).
- A confidentiality agreement must be signed.
- The competition is open to all AACSB-accredited schools.
- To receive the prize money, you must have a federal Tax ID number.