July 18, 2023, Jakarta – Fifty-six teams from across Indonesia representing twenty schools converged in Jakarta for the highly anticipated Indonesia MBS E-Case Competition on July 18. After a month of rigorous online training, thirty-eight teams faced off in a day of intense competition. In the end, Universitas Indonesia’s Big Prime team emerged as the victors, clinching the championship title and shining brightly on the stage.
The competition, now in its second year, is a flagship event among Indonesian business schools, designed to elevate students’ problem-solving skills in commercial contexts. Following a month of online training, the field was narrowed down to thirty-eight teams who advanced to the finals, vying for the coveted championship title.
Universitas Indonesia’s Big Prime team exhibited exceptional performance during the competition, leveraging their creative thinking, in-depth analysis, and outstanding teamwork to secure the championship. Their adeptness at navigating business challenges and their unique solutions left judges and spectators alike in awe.
Furthermore, the Dugong Team from BINUS University secured the runner-up position, while the Gamma team from Universitas Gadjah Mada claimed third place in this competition. Both teams showcased exceptional business insights and problem-solving abilities, adding to the competitive spirit of the event.
The Indonesia 2023 MBS E-Case Competition is more than just an academic contest; it serves as a platform for students to foster exchange, learning, and collaboration. Participation in such events empowers students to refine their professional skills, establish networks, broaden their perspectives, and prepare comprehensively for their future careers.
The successful conclusion of the competition not only signifies the achievements of the participants but also underscores the high standards of business education in Indonesia. This competition harnesses the talents of young scholars while cultivating potential future leaders in the Indonesian business landscape. It is believed that such competitions will continue to infuse momentum into Indonesia’s business education, nurturing more internationally competitive business leaders.