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Five companies from five countries have competed at the IEDC Global Case Study Competition. Dr. Nenad Filipović, Professor of General Management at IEDC-Bled School of Management – the oldest management school in Central and Eastern Europe, which has been connecting thousands of remarkable leaders all over the world for more than three decades, presided the jury and announced that the winning team is the one from UPS Romania.

Living up to the mission of enhancing business reasoning, strengthening teamwork, bringing young business people to competently face real-world issues, IEDC-Bled School of Management in Slovenia has established a tradition of organizing international case study competitions.

Each year a series of national case study competitions are organized jointly by IEDC and its Alumni clubs in countries across Central and Eastern Europe. The best team from each country is rewarded with a 1-day course and qualifies for the international competition held each year at IEDC, in Slovenia.

In September this year, teams from Bulgaria, Croatia, Romania, Serbia and Slovenia gathered at IEDC-Bled School of Management and were given 24 hours to come up with solutions to a complex business case. After final presentations, the jury announced the winner, the team from UPS Romania, who manifested the most insightful identification of issues, balanced analysis and coherent proposals.

Apart from getting an invaluable personal experience, the UPS Romania won a two-day seminar, valued at €20.000, by IEDC-Bled School of Management tailored to specific needs of their company.

 

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