Sauder School of Business Bachelor of Commerce students take top honours at international business plan competition


Vancouver - Sauder School of Business Bachelor of Commerce (BCom) students once again proved they are among the best and brightest in Canada and internationally, placing in top positions at the annual Inter-Collegiate Business Competition (ICBC) at Queen's University, January 13 to 15, 2005.

Four Sauder School of Business teams participated in the final round of competition in four areas: Finance – third place finish for the team of Davita Fuchs and Ray Tam; and fourth place finishes in Business Policy - Jenn Hume; Julia Li and Ann Wong; Debating - Hana Reznikov and Erik Wiens; and Labour Arbitration, Rich Hernandez and Anita Lam.

ICBC is held every year with students from over 30 top universities vying to compete in the annual competition, organized by the Commerce Undergraduate Society at Queen's University in Kingston, Ontario. The teams are presented with a current business problem and asked to prepare a case solution in a five-and-a-half hour time frame. They then present their case to a panel of top business executives, drawn from the category in which the students are competing.