Apart from representing several different universities, students come from such diverse backgrounds as anthropology, literature, and performance design. Furthermore, we have succeeded in attracting talents from media studies, cognitive semiotics, ethnology, law, politics, and psychology. We at Suitable for Business are very excited to be welcoming such a wide range of skills and we have high expectations for the outcome of this year’s competition. The numerous abilities represented at this year’s case competition ought to make for a challenging and inspirational event which will hopefully push the boundary for what to expect from students of humanities and social sciences. This meeting of talented students is exactly what Suitable for Business is about; we expect the competition to be fierce and the suggested solutions outstanding.
Teaser: Case Participants 2012
As the event of the year draws closer and the details of the conference are being finalised, we are happy to reveal more information about the case competition. While the case itself will remain our best-hidden secret until Wednesday the 21st March we are now at liberty to disclose some information relating to this year’s case participants.