Win Canada’s Largest Marketing Case Competition – Sign up now!

| November 30, 2023
Submitted by Melena Dimakos for Canadian Marketing League
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Winners Wanted! Canadian Marketing League is Canada’s LARGEST marketing case competition, allowing for students across the country to further their growth and potential in the marketing world, while proving their skills on a national stage. With $20,000 & internships/full-time jobs on the line, come learn how you can be the 2024 Canadian Marketing League winner.

Lauren Kiss, the 2023 Canadian Marketing League winner from DeGroote, is coming to speak with us & share her experience with CML. She will take us through her learning journey going through the program last year with tips & tricks for you to become a winner yourself.


  • Tuesday, December 5
  • Time: 6:00-7:00 p.m.
  • Location: DSB 505

Register here.

Curious to learn more about Canadian Marketing League?

Over the program’s 16 year history, CML has kickstarted over 100 careers, awarded 22 cars and presented $570,000 in prize money. In the last year alone, Canadian Marketing League worked with 7 learning partners in a multitude of industries with companies such as Microsoft, McDonalds, General Motors, PepsiCo, Kraft Heinz, Dentsu, and Environics Analytics. From mentorship to workshops to industry case challenges, strap up your boots and get on the field to play in Canada’s greatest marketing experiential learning opportunity.

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