Canada’s Next Top Ad Exec Marketing Case Competition

| January 16, 2019
Submitted by Alex Keller for Canada's Next Top Ad Exec

Canada’s Next Top Ad Exec Marketing Case Competition

Canada’s Next Top Ad Exec mission is to empower students across Canada to take initiative over their own education through experiential learning. The competition prepares students by giving them an opportunity to work on a real-world challenge, gain feedback from practitioners and test their mettle against the best marketing minds in Canada. The success of this competition has facilitated 80+ career beginnings, 20 cars as top prize, rewards totaling over $500,000, and this years grand prize of $25,000. Students who are looking for opportunities to challenge themselves, gain valuable experience and further their marketing strategy skills are encouraged to get involved.

Our leading partner and sponsor of this years case is Microsoft and they are looking for talented minds to create a marketing campaign that will establish them as the thought leaders for Artificial Intelligence by winning the hearts and minds of students across Canada. The task is to submit a 2-page elevator pitch about your solution to Microsoft’s challenge by January 22 at 4 p.m.

Want to find out more information?

Canada’s Next Top Ad Exec is coming to McMaster on January 17, 2019 and will be holding information sessions at 3:30pm in DSB A102.

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One thought on "Canada’s Next Top Ad Exec Marketing Case Competition"

  1. Nisar Butt says:

    We would like to sponsorship opportunities.

    Thank you,

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