I.C.B.C. 2011

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I.C.B.C. stands for the Inter-Collegiate Business Competition and is Canada's premier undergraduate business case competition. There are eight different events in which students can choose to compete in: Accounting, Business Policy, Ethics, Debating, Finance, Human Resources, Marketing, and Management of Information Systems.

The actual competition itself takes place over the course of two days, with four events being held each day. Students arrive in the morning and receive a business case in their respective discipline which they will have 5.5 hours to analyze and prepare a cohesive presentation which offers a solution to the problem posed. (Debating is a little different in structure in that students are given several resolutions throughout the day and have shorter amounts of time to prepare their arguments.) After their preparation time is up, students are escorted into their presentation room where they present their case in front of a panel of judges who are comprised of leaders from the respective industry and sponsor representatives. After their presentation is complete, the teams will have the opportunity to answer the judge's questions as well as receive feedback on their performance.

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