BEcon&Fin student Cheung Pak Hin wins the IB Agility Labs: Supply Chain Management

BEcon&Fin student Cheung Pak Hin wins the IB Agility Labs: Supply Chain Management

Cheung Pak Hin, a year 4 BEcon&Fin student wins in the International Business Agility Labs: Supply Chain Management, a virtual global case competition organised by the Robert H. Smith School of Business, University of Maryland during April 9 – 16, 2021. He and his team members from other universities worked together to solve a real-world business case for a Brazilian company.

 By working with working with like-minded students across continents, I realised the abilities to embrace diversity of thoughts and to speak up proactively were of paramount importance to facilitate an effective collaboration with teammates from diverse background, says Pak Hin.

The team consisted of five other business students from Mediterranean School of Business of South Mediterranean University, National University of Singapore, Vienna University of Economics and Business, and University of Maryland.

Learn more about the competition at https://go.umd.edu/AgilityLabs

 

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