Global Business Studies Students Triumph at the Hong Kong General Chamber of Commerce Business Case Competition 2020
Five undergraduate students of The Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK) Business School came top at the Hong Kong General Chamber of Commerce (HKGCC) Business Case Competition on 22 January 2021.
In this edition of the competition, participating teams were required to provide ideas and solutions to crack the business cases formulated by Great Eagle, NEC, NWS or Sino Group. Over 960 students from various universities and community colleges in Hong Kong participated in the competition this year.
After several rounds of voting selections, mentoring and pitching, the team comprised five Year 2 Global Business Studies (GBS) students took home the championship. Team members included Hayden Lee Ching-hei, Jessica Fung Ching-man, Matthew Cheung Hoi-chun, Hilary Tse Tsz-ching and Hebe Lee Hoi-ning. They were awarded with HKD 30,000 and 2-month internship in NWS.
The annual HKGCC Business Case Competition promotes the exchange of ideas between university students and businesses, as well as encourages students to develop innovative and creative solutions for real-life business cases. Students have the opportunity to solve business cases and be challenged by a panel of industry-leading professionals.