DMA Annual MLSE Case Competition

| October 11, 2018
Submitted by Chris Gaspic for Student Experience - Academic and Career and Professional Development

DMA Annual MLSE Case Competition

The DMA team is proud to announce our annual Kickoff for the MLSE Case Competition!

Get a chance to be this year’s winner of MLSE’s case competition and have the opportunity to become their Global Partnership Intern. In this position, you will work within the MLSE’s Global Partnership team to develop creative and strategic marketing programs for existing and new partners.

The case competition will determine the ideal candidates for the role, and the first round competitions will be held right here at DeGroote!

For the actual competition, up to 3 winning teams will be selected to compete in the Final Rounds at the Scotiabank Arena in January. All contestants from the final winning team will be chosen and selected for an interview for a paid internship!

For the Kickoff, there will be a max of 10 teams of 5 people. DMA members can join for a $5 deposit per member and there will be a $10 deposit per member for non-members.

While only 3rd and 4th years are allowed to compete, all years are welcome to network and get a feel of the environment!

On October 16th, the DMA and MLSE will present the case to the 10 teams, and they will have 2 weeks to prepare. Case day will be on **October 28th, 2018**.

If you are interested, make sure to come to our Kickoff event as this is an amazing opportunity to have a head-start in the marketing industry!

Refreshments will be provided.

To apply, fill out this application form.

 

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