2018 National Strategy Consulting Competition and Conference

| October 4, 2018
Submitted by Pamela Lauren for Career and Professional Development

2018 National Strategy Consulting Competition and Conference

On behalf of North America’s largest strategy consulting event, we’d like to invite you to join us in Vancouver at the 2018 National Strategy Consulting Competition and Conference. The NSCC is a three-day case competition and one-day immersive conference held at the JW Marriott Parq Vancouver.

Event Timeline:

Competition | Registration: October 4 at 12:00 a.m. – October 19 at 11:59 p.m.
Competition | Case Release Day: October 19
Competition | Case Submission: October 28 at 11:59 p.m.
Competition | Preliminary Round: Mid-October via electronic submission
Competition | Final Round: November 21-22
Conference | Registration: TBA, Mid-October
Conference | Event Day: November 23

Every year, we work with top enterprises from across the country for our live final round case, including past clients, TELUS and the Vancouver Canucks. Winners get guaranteed first-round interviews with our partner firms and our past winners have gone on to careers at McKinsey, Bain, Facebook, Deloitte, Goldman Sachs and RBC Capital Markets.

Our distinguished partner firms includes all of the MBB, Big Four, and other consultancies. A selected list of our previous participating schools shows our reputation for excellence in attracting the world’s top talent.

As for the conference, there will be two separate tracks — one for students looking to learn about the industry and one as a recruiting platform. Beyond workshops and panels, students will have the opportunity to connect at our intimate Wine and Cheese and Gala Dinner featuring low delegate to student ratios and representatives from our partner firms recruiting for their Vancouver, Calgary, and Toronto offices.

You can find more information and register at thenscc.com

 

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