Earlier today a team consisting of four anthropologists from Copenhagen University was announced as the winner of this year's Suitable for Business Case Conference. Their vision of an 'Urban Oasis' won over the majority of the judges as well as the audience and the four ladies took home both of the prizes available; four thousand kroner for the former and a goodie bag for the latter. The team, which consisted of Anne Bech, Lene Wie Krog, Sofie Nielsen and Stine Ilum were clearly overwhelmed upon being named the winners; as they put it, "we have hereby shown that anthropology is not just about a small island in the Pacific or a distant tribe in Africa."
Many different solutions were presented and many creative ideas expressed. We at Suitable for Business were amazed at the inspiration and inventiveness presented and proud that you chose our case competition as the platform from which to excel! We would like to thank all the participants as well as the judges for an inspiring event which proves how Suitable the humanities and social sciences truly are!
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As this year’s case competition draws nearer, the final details are being settled. While we have already had the pleasure of announcing this year’s case participants we can now share the names of some of those who have kindly agreed to pass judgement over this year’s solutions. In no particular order, we are very proud to welcome
Case competition participants
With less than one week left before we kick off this year's Suitable for Business event we now have the pleasure of revealing the names of those selected to compete in this year’s case competition. While the subject of the competition will not be revealed for another seven days, we are happy to share a little something about the contestants.We have selected a total of ten teams representing different fields of study.