JMSB undergraduate students win four medals at the 2007 Inter-Collegiate Business Competition
January 12-14, 2007 – Universities
from across Canada competed in eight academic events in the 29th
edition of the prestigious Inter-Collegiate Business Competition (ICBC)
hosted by Queen's University.
ICBC is Canada's oldest and largest undergraduate business case
competition where over 30 universities compete in the first round
written case component in order to be eligible for the finals. This
year, four of our teams placed top 6 overall from the seven available
categories to make it to the Final Round. JMSB also placed in the
aggregate top 6 amongst the other competing schools, resulting in an
invitation to send a debate team.
We would like to congratulate the following teams who represented JMSB at the 2007 ICBC and earned a podium finish:
A strong effort was also put forward by our Accounting team,
consisting of Faizan Maqsood and Christopher Sergi, who worked
tirelessly throughout the semester despite several obstacles thrown
A very special thank you to all the faculty and staff that helped
the delegation achieve this impressive performance: Head Coach Mark
Haber, David Moscovitz, Stephen Laing, Thomas O'Connell, Jason Nelson,
Wendy Roscoe, Tara Ramsaran, Rikesh Shah, Ian Rakita, Monir Wahhab,
Thomas Walker, Kamal Argheyd, Duncan Cameron, Boris Baran, Anne
Beaudry, Khaled Soufani, Dan Silverman, Stéphane Brutus, Tima Petrushka
and Rosalind Knitter.
John Molson Competition Committee would like to thank IMS Health Canada and other sponsors for their generous support towards helping the JMSB delegation attend the competition.
For more information about the Inter-Collegiate Business Competition, please contact the John Molson Competition Committee at (514) 848-2424 ext. 7383.