The Global Business Case Competition (GBCC) is an annual international case competition that brings together undergraduate university students from the United States and 12 – 14 other countries to compete in a fast-paced and challenging business case study. Starting in 1999 as the Global Business Challenge, this week-long program provides students a chance to build cross-cultural relationships, experience the city of Seattle and most importantly, participate in a real-world case study to analyze and develop a business recommendation within 48 hours.
The competition culminates on the University of Washington campus, where each team presents their solution to a panel of judges who select the GBCC Champions.
The GBCC is sponsored and facilitated by the Foster School’s Global Business Center and produced by Foster School undergraduate students. The judges of the competition are experienced professionals from the local and regional business community. Learn more about the GBCC 2015 student leadership team on the Foster blog.
Be sure to connect with the Global Business Case Competition on Facebook.