The competition aimed at recognizing best India-centric business cases from around the world
International Management Institute (IMI) – New Delhi, one of the leading B-schools of the country, has added another milestone to its credit by winning the first prize in the ‘Overall Category’ at the ‘Ivey Global Case Competition 2017’. An annual competition, organized by the Indian School of Business, revolves around identifying the best India centric business cases studies from across the world.
Prof. Neena Sondhi and Prof. Rituparna Basu from IMI- New Delhi and IMI-Kolkata respectively, won a cash prize of $4000 followed by XLRI- Jamshedpur and IMI- Bhubaneswar for holding the 2nd place and received a cash prize of $3000. This years’ competition had received around 100 entries from renowned institutes from countries namely India, Malaysia, Netherlands and the United States.
Expressing gratitude over the win Dr. Debashis Chatterjee, Director General, IMI-New Delhi, said“It gives us great pride in sharing our win at the Ivey Global case Competition and would like to congratulate the faculty members who represented us at an International competition and adding another feather to our feats”.
Celebrating the win Prof. Neena Sondhi, Marketing, IMI- New Delhi, said “It was a great honor to represent IMI- New Delhi at such a prestigious competition and a huge opportunity to compete with so many prominent institutes across the world. Such opportunities come with a set of learnings and exposure which enables us in expanding our horizon to solve the business problem in hand”
The competition also witnessed winners in the Marketing and Entrepreneurship categories where Symbiosis Institute of Business Management, Bengaluru and VIT, Vellor were bestowed with a cash prize of $2000 each respectively. A special mention was given to IIM-Indore, IIM- Ahmedabad, IIM- Trichy, MDI (Gurgaon), Manipal University, Thiagarajar School of Management, Xavier Institute of Management, Forbes Marshall, The Parthenon-EY Group and IIFT. Northeastern University and University of Minnesota Duluth were two of the global institutes in the list.
The event was hosted by the Centre for Learning and Management Practice at the Indian School of Business in partnership with Ivey Business School, Western University. The event was supported by Ivey Publishing, the publishing arm of Ivey Business School, and the European Association for Management Development (EFMD).