Global Student Challenge 2018 – Win €20,000 and trip to The Netherlands
Entries are open for the Global Student Challenge 2018, a Supply Chain Global Student Challenge 2018. The Challenge goals to bridge the hole between the educational world and the company sector and addresses the necessity for data and product growth within the space of Supply Chain Management (SCM).
Every yr the Global Student Challenge 2018 pits groups from enterprise faculties and universities from throughout the globe towards one another in a seek for world’s Top Talent in Supply Chain Management. The Challenge is to run your individual digital firm, The Fresh Connection, with a staff of four college students. The Fresh Connection is a producer of fruit juices and is delivering to retail channels. As the corporate is struggling extreme losses, a brand new administration staff (you and your staff!) has been appointed to make the corporate worthwhile once more by making strategic and tactical choices.
Your staff should meet all following necessities:
- Go to the registration form! Don’t overlook to present your college e-mail deal with.
- You may also learn the How-to guide for extra detailed directions. Your registration is full as quickly as you could have clicked the activation hyperlink, which will get despatched to your e mail. Make certain to solely register as soon as. If you could have questions or points, please contact us.
* If you could have registered for final’s years TFC Challenge, you may simply login utilizing your main e mail and password. To reset your password, click on the reset password link. If you could have registered for any Challenge earlier, you may switch your account, through the choice offered on the registration web page.
Deadline: December 31, 2017
The Qualification part ends December 31, 2017. For the timeline and deadlines of every area, please go to the devoted web page:
*From the second you obtain login particulars, you could have until the tip of the Qualification Period to full the Qualification Rounds.
For extra data, go to Global Student Challenge.