Team of MBS Students Contends in Family Enterprise Case Competition
A team of Munich Business School students is currently taking part in the Family Enterprise Case Competition 2017 (FECC 2017), organized by Grossman School of Business, a University of Vermont department. The five-day event is held for the fifth time already and will run until Saturday, January 14, 2017.
During the competition, 16 undergraduate as well as 8 graduate teams from various international universities apply “the knowledge and expertise they have developed in the classroom towards solving complex family business cases. During four tough rounds of competition, teams present their case to a distinguished panel of judges who will determine which group best understood, analyzed and presented the case.”
The MBS graduate team comprises MASTER International Business students Viktoria Eberl, Maximilian Keil and Fabio Straub and is led by MBA General Management alumnus Alexander F. Bergfeld. Good luck to Team MBS!
In addition, MBS lecturer Prof. Dr. Marc-Michael H. Bergfeld acts as a member of the jury and Lead Judge of the competition.
Alexander F. Bergfeld, Prof. Pramodita Sharma, Ph.D. (Grossman School of Business), Viktoria Eberl, Maximilian Keil and Fabio Straub (f.l.t.r.).