Queen’s School of Business takes first place at Tech Strategy Business Case Competition

Posted on April 7, 2009

Queen’s School of Business was awarded first place at the fourth annual Technology Strategy Business Case Competition hosted by Boston University School of Management and sponsored by Ericsson. Teams from the world’s leading MBA programs were invited to participate in the 24-hour case competition and tasked with solving a market challenge focusing on technology in business strategy and operations.  Adam Gordon, Luba Protopopova, Jason Vopni and Farnaz Shahed took home the grand prize of $25,000 after delivering what one judge stated was “the most logical, reasonable and possible strategy that was delivered crisply and clearly, showing tremendous team alignment and spirit.”