CBE Fall Case Competition

Put your business skills to the test in the CBE Fall Case Competition. 

The winners of the 2014 Weinman Cup Case Competition

Congratulations to the winners of the 2017 Fall Case Competition! And thanks to the presenting organizations, PANDORA and the Wye River Upper School. 

Check back for details about the Fall 2018 competition. If you or your company would like to participate in the 2018 event, contact:

Tobin Porterfield, Ph.D.
e-Business & Technology Management Department
Stephens Hall, Room 314
 

Why Should You Compete?

  • Present in front of industry professionals
  • Build your resume
  • Sharpen your presentation skills
  • Strengthen your professional network
  • Put your knowledge to work

How the Competition Works

Teams have five weeks to compile solutions to real world business cases provided by professional organizations and present to a panel of regional business leaders. Winning teams will receive recognition including certificates, padfolios and recognition in university media.

  • Case provided five weeks in advance
  • Choose from two Tracks: Supply Chain Management and Marketing Intelligence

We were impressed not only with the outcome of ideas but also with the way the students presented themselves. They dressed well, looked you in the eye, delivered their handouts, and carefully answered questions. ”

KATIE THEEKE, Wye River Upper School & 2017 Competition Sponsor

Case Competition Rules

  1. Only Towson University students are eligible to participate on teams.
  2. At least one member of the team must have a major within CBE (admitted to the business administration, accounting or e-business majors and combined majors OR majoring in economics).
  3. Teams must have a minimum of three members and no more than four.
  4. The competition is limited to 5 teams per track (10 teams total).
  5. Teams will receive the case via email a few weeks prior to the competition.
  6. All teams must arrive on time on the morning of the competition in order to participate.
  7. Teams will be randomly assigned presentation time slots on the morning of the competition.
  8. Presentations for case solutions will be limited to 20 minutes per team. There will be an additional five minutes for questions from the judges. Presentations may NOT contain more than 10 PowerPoint/Prezi slides.