Yes folks, that IS a mouthful, I will admit! Five second year MBA's traveled to beautiful northwest Arkansas to participate in this competition, which was sponsored by Sam's Club (which is headquartered in Bentonville, AR). The team consisted of Xia (Andrea) Huang, Mittal Haria, Raj Jaasthi, Parminder (Parry) Gandhi and myself.
Welcome back my friendly neighborhood stalkers! So this week I thought I would bring to you a little bit of the excitement I've been experiencing with my tax competitions. Here at the Fisher School of Business, we have the opportunity to participate in a couple different national tax competitions. Both are offered through one of the big 4 accounting firms. The earlier competition is the Deloitte Tax Case Study Competition. This competition invites various programs across the country to elect a team of four students.
Outside of the classroom, there's a lot going on at Fisher. As I've mentioned in prior posts, I've been busy busy busy. Technically, I can only speak for myself . . . but, in this case, I'll confidently go on record to say it's not just me . . . we're all extremely busy. Busy in a good way.
Finally I have time to continue the story of case competition, which indeed happened two weeks ago! After 5 hours reading and searching, we decided to recommend Microsoft to initiate a brand new search engine, find.com
This weekend I went to Winston-Salem with a group of six other second year MBA students to compete in the Wake Forest Marketing Summit Case Competition. It was an incredible experience, here’s a breakdown of the weekend’s events. Thursday