January 7-9, 2010 - Congratulations to all the finalists at the 2010 Inter-Collegiate Business Competition, organized annually by Queen’s School of Business.
JMSB students competed against 28 universities from various undergraduate business programs across Canada. Teams competing in each discipline must submit a written case analysis to qualify in the competition. Only six schools qualify per discipline, making this competition one of the most difficult to enter in the world. Out of the seven academic disciplines featured at this competition, JMSB was proud to have three teams qualify.
After an excellent weekend, JMSB came back with two podiums, as well as the Chairperson’s Award for the school exhibiting the most spirit during the final competition.
Human Resources - Silver
Rebecca Golt, Louis Martyres Business Policy - Bronze
Benoit Chevrier, Valerie Larochelle, Alexander RyzhikovManagement Information Systems -Qualilfied
Hadi Azar, Emil VanjakaAccounting
Pooja Kapoor, Audrey LandryEthics
Jonathan B.-Mailhot, Vimala NaidooFinance
Meaghen Annett, Salim NajemMarketing
Erica Frankel, Stephanie Laurin
These impressive results would not have been possible without the continued dedication of head coach Mark Haber, JMCC academics Lauren Markofsky, Meaghen Annett and Sandy Poire, as well as all the lead coaches: Aaron Dresner, Matthew Fishman, Jessica Andrews, Ian Selvarajah, Theodore Zambelis, Fernando Estigoy, Peter Elenakis, Gail Fayerman, Patrick Gagnon, Basel Arafe, Tima Petrushka, Rosalind Knitter, Khal Soufani, Thomas Horvath, and Amr Ezzat. A final thank you is also given to JMCC alumni, Matthew Parker Jones and Kevin Gardner Gregory for their support.
For more information about the Inter-Collegiate Business Competition, please contact the John Molson Competition Committee