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International teams compete at successful third annual Heavener International Case Competition

GAINESVILLE, Fla. – Twenty teams of undergraduate students traveled to the Heavener School of Business at the University of Florida Warrington College of Business February 11-17 for the third annual Heavener International Case Competition. Teams from the United States, Canada,

Second annual Heavener International Case Competition a success

GAINESVILLE, Fla. – The Heavener International Case Competition honored Corvinus University of Budapest as the winner of the second annual event that took place from February 5-11, 2017. Corvinus emerged out of a 20-team field that traveled to Gainesville from

Horace Tucker, Barrie Eisenberg, Mary Polidan, Joey Couture and Sarah Winter

Heavener School secures another impressive case competition finish

GAINESVILLE, Fla. – The Heavener School of Business finished in second place at the Scotiabank International Case Competition this past weekend at the University of Western Ontario’s (Canada) Ivey Business School. The team of Joey Couture, Barrie Eisenberg, Mary Polidan

Queensland University of Technology (Brisbane, Australia) claimed the inaugural Heavener International Case Competition

Inaugural Heavener International Case Competition a rousing success

GAINESVILLE, Fla. – The Heavener International Case Competition crowned its first-ever champion as Queensland University of Technology (Australia) won the inaugural event this past weekend. QUT advanced through a competitive 20-team field, including an impressive group in the final round,

Barrie Eisenberg, Kristin Fanto and Kate Benesch prepare Heavener International Case Competition

Heavener School hosts the world

For nearly a decade, business schools all over the globe have welcomed the Heavener School of Business to their case competitions. Now it’s the Heavener School’s turn to return the favor. The inaugural Heavener International Case Competition, one of the

Justin Rich, Kaily Benedict, Dr. Sean Limon, Joey Couture and Jasmin Tahirovic

Heavener School records another top finish in international case competition

GAINESVILLE, Fla. –The Heavener School of Business finished second in the SDS Case Competition on Aug. 20-29 in Queenstown, New Zealand. The Heavener School has now finished second in both of its international case competitions this fall. The Heavener School

Steven Elkington, Austin Williams, Samantha Pace and Harrison Tool

Heavener School claims second place in Bangkok

GAINESVILLE, Fla. – A team of four students from the Heavener School of Business at UF’s Warrington College of Business Administration placed second in the Thammasat Undergraduate Business Challenge (TUBC) on Aug. 11-15 in Bangkok, Thailand. The Heavener School picked

Austin Williams, Justin Rich, Dr. Sean Limon, Kaily Benedict and Joey Couture

Heavener School wraps up case competition season with second-place finish

GAINESVILLE, Fla. – The Heavener School of Business concluded its international case competition season with a second-place finish in the International Case Competition at Maastricht University (ICC@M) on April 19-25 in the Netherlands. Kaily Benedict, who received the competition’s Best

Sean Limon, Harrison Tool, Melissa Morlan, Samantha Pace and Joseph Couture

Three cheers for Heavener’s case competition winners

GAINESVILLE, Fla. – Four students from the Heavener School of Business won the Champions Trophy Case Competition at the University of Auckland Business School in New Zealand on Jan. 31. This win marks the third international case competition the Heavener

Jason Nunnery, Shruti Shah, Brittany Wood, and Luis Franco

Heavener team wins international business case competition

GAINESVILLE, Fla. – A team of four students from the Heavener School of Business won the Thammasat Undergraduate Business Challenge on Aug. 5-9 in Bangkok, Thailand. Luis Franco, Jason Nunnery, Shruti Shah and Brittany Wood outlasted a field of 16