The UBB students were ranked second in an international competition
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The Cluj team qualified from the first place of the preliminary group in the final of the competition, where they won the second prize of the competition, on par with the American team representing Georgetown University in Washington DC.
Participants in this competition were tasked with developing a business strategy for the Norwegian retail chain Coop Norge that will help increase the company's market share by 2030. During the preliminary stage, the FSEGA team, & nbsp; made up of students Barabási Tamás (Economic Informatics, Year 3), Borsos András (Finance and Banks, Year 3), Jakó Zsolt (Management, Year 3) and Molnár Eszter (Economic Informatics, Year 3), had to face three other teams. from BI Norwegian Business School, City University Hong Kong, respectively the home team from NHH Norwegian School of Economics. The team from Cluj managed to rank first in the group, thus qualifying in the grand final of the competition where they competed with the teams from University of Technology Sydney (Australia) and Georgetown University (USA).
The competition was won by the Australian team in Sydney, and in second place, the team of the Faculty of Economic Sciences and Business Management of the UBB, respectively the American team of them Georgetown University. The coordinators of the clujene team were prof. Univ. Dr. Szász Levente, Assoc. Dr. Györfy Lehel-Zoltán, respectively lect. univ. Dr. Rácz Béla-Gergely.