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Laurier students shine at Family Enterprise Case Competition

Jan 15/13

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Megan Harris | mharris@wlu.ca | ext 2948

Laurier School of Business & Economics’ students took home second place at the first annual Family Enterprise Case Competition (FECC) in Burlington, Vermont this past weekend. The first of its kind and created by the University of Vermont, the FECC showcases both the best of current family business case writing and case analysis. 

16 international universities attended the competition and were randomly divided into four divisions. Placed in the Lombardo division with teams from Mexico, Colombia, and the USA, Laurier’s team, consisting of business students Daniel Figueroa, Shannon Laing, Mallory McKewen, and Cedric Zhang, advanced to the final round with a division “Best Presenter” award for McKewen. Laurier completed the competition in second place with an additional “Overall Best Presenter” award for Figueroa.

“We are very proud of our students for their exceptional work in this new competition,” states John Young, lecturer and co-ordinator of undergraduate student affairs for Laurier’s School of Business & Economics. “The team’s presentation skills and outstanding confidence, placed Laurier at the top of the international competition stage.”

Laurier’s School of Business & Economics was joined by:


Universidad de San Andrés (Argentina)

John Molson School of Business, Concordia University (Canada)

Rowe School of Business, Dalhousie University (Canada)

Facultad Economíay Negocios, Universidad de Chile (Chile)

Universiti tun Abdul Razak (Malaysia)

Facultad de Administración, Universidad de los Andes (Colombia)

Universidad Panamericana (Mexico)

Windesheim University of Applied Sciences (Netherlands)

Jönköping International Business School, Jönköping University (Sweden)

Esade Business School (Spain)

Coles College of Business, Kennesaw State University (USA)

Seidman College of Business, Grand Valley State University (USA)

Stetson University (USA)

Whitman School of Management, Syracuse University (USA)

School of Business Administration, The University of Vermont (USA)


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