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April 02, 2010

China Economic Case Competition, Saturday, April 3, U-M Ross School of Business


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Please note that Professor Deardorff's lecture on International Trade & China, originally scheduled for 1pm-2:30pm on the same day as the competition has been POSTPONED to another day. All other parts of the schedule remain the same.


Up for a challenge from the Harvard Business School? Want to learn more about the emerging markets in Asia? Want to spend half day on a fun and exciting teamwork experience and possibly walk away with $200 in cash?

The Association for Chinese Economic Development (ACED) would like to invite you to participate in:

First Annual China Economic Case Competition

Date: Saturday, April 3, 2010
Time: 10:30am-5pm
Venue: R0210 Ross School of Business

Sign up for Case Competition:
Email your name, year and major to board-umaced@umich.edu by 11:59pm, Friday, April 2, 2010.

Be an audience:

Watch teams present in front of judges: 3pm-5pm

Please feel free to sign up with your friends. Maximum of 4 people per team. Individuals are welcomed to sign up. We will team you up with other amazing participants!

This event is open to public and free-of-charge. No business background required. Please e-mail board-umaced@umich.edu for competition guidelines.
*Lunch and light refreshment provided*

Event Schedule:
10:30pm - 11:00am (Venue: Winter Garden)
Participant Briefing & Registration

3pm - 5pm (Venue: R0210)
Case Competition Presentation
Judges:
Professor Cheng Ing-Haw, Finance, Ross School of Business
Anu Nagarajan, Strategy, Ross School of Business
Giselle Dineros, MBA 2

Posted by zzhu at April 2, 2010 12:38 PM