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National Business Case Competition

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Since 2002, the Leaders of Tomorrow® National Business Case Competition has rewarded more than $400,000 in scholarships and programming support!

Congratulations to the 2016 Winners:

1st Place Dallas/Ft. Worth Chapter

2nd Place New Jersey Chapter

3rd Place Philadelphia Chapter

2016 Leaders of Tomorrow National Case Competition Overview

More than 20 teams of high school students from across the country participated in the 2016 National Black MBA Association® (NBMBAA®) Leaders of Tomorrow® (LOT®) National Business Case Competition, which was held on the campus of Southern Methodist University on Friday and Saturday, June 24 and 25.

First place honors went to the Dallas, Texas Leaders of Tomorrow team, the host chapter for this year's competition. The team will split $15,000 in scholarship money, and Delta Air Lines, a competition sponsor, also gifted the team with $500 travel vouchers for each of its members. Second place was awarded to the New Jersey chapter winning $10,000 in scholarship money, and third place title was awarded to the Philadelphia Chapter who took home $5,000 in scholarship money.

Why Should You Be Interested in Sponsoring the LOT® National Business Case Competition?

Business Case History

The Originators

In 2002, the chairs of four NBMBAA® chapters, Atlanta, Dallas, Houston and Washington, DC, established the Leaders of Tomorrow® (LOT) National Business Case Competition.

Their Goal

  • Give an additional sense of urgency and purpose to student participation in local program activities
  • Improve a students’ analytical, writing, and presentation skills
  • Increase interaction with other LOT students across the country
  • Provide an alternative recruitment resource for corporate sponsors and higher education institutions for high school students
  • Showcase the abilities of minority students

First Competition

The first competition was held on Saturday, June 22, 2002 at Georgia Power headquarters in Atlanta, GA. The scholarships totaling $400 were awarded to two teams who tied for first place: Dallas and Washington, DC.

The Result

Since inception approximately 400 students have participated in the competition and over $250,000 in scholarships and programming support have been provided.

Past Competitions

14th Annual Competition, 2015
Host Chapter: Houston, TX Host School: Rice University, Jones Graduate School of Business Case Topic: Whole Foods
Winners: 1st: Washington DC; 2nd: Northern Virginia; 3rd: Raleigh-Durham

13th Annual Competition, June 20-22, 2014
Host Chapter: Columbus, OH
Host School: The Ohio State University Fisher College of Business
Case Topic: Harley-Davidson
Winners: 1st: St. Louis; 2nd: New Jersey; 3rd: Greater Harrisburg

12th Annual Competition, June 21-23, 2013
Host Chapter: Boston, MA
Host School: Bentley University
Case Topic: Nissan
Winners: 1st: Greater Harrisburg; 2nd: Houston; 3rd: Raleigh-Durham Other Finalists: Atlanta and Philadelphia

11th Annual Competition, June 22-24, 2012
Host Chapter: Atlanta, GA
Host School: Emory University Goizueta Business School
Case Topic: Facebook
Winners: 1st: New Jersey; 2nd: Atlanta; 3rd: South Florida
Other Finalists: Austin and Hartford

10th Annual Competition, June 24-26, 2011
Host Chapter: Westchester/ Greater Connecticut in conjunction with Greater Hartford
Host School: University of Connecticut School of Business
Case Topic: Natura
Winners: 1st: Dallas; 2nd: Chicago; 3rd: New Jersey
Other Finalists: Westchester/ Greater CT and Toronto

9th Annual Competition, June 25-27, 2010
Host Chapter: South Florida
Host School: Nova Southeastern University H. Wayne Huizenga School of Business and Entrepreneurship
Case Topic: WalMart
Winners: 1st: Dallas; 2nd: Houston; 3rd: South Florida
Other Finalists: Central Florida and Detroit

8th Annual Competition, June 25-27, 2009
Host Chapter: Detroit
Host School: University of Michigan Ross School of Business
Case Topic: Samsung
Winners: 1st: Austin; 2nd: South Florida; 3rd: Memphis
Other Finalists: Western NY and Washington, DC

7th Annual Competition, June 18-21, 2008
Host Chapter: Columbus
Host School: The Ohio State University Fisher College of Business
Case Topic: Starbucks
Winners: 1st: Columbus; 2nd: Washington, DC; 3rd: Dallas; 4th: Houston

6th Annual Competition, June 22-24, 2007
Host Chapter: Philadelphia
Host School: University of Pennsylvania Wharton School of Business
Case Topic: Apple Computer
Winners: 1st: South Florida; 2nd: Philadelphia; 3rd: Columbus

5th Annual Competition, June 23-24, 2006
Host Chapter: Houston
Host School: Rice University
Case Topic: NBA
Winners: 1st: Dallas; 2nd: Philadelphia; 3rd: Columbus; 4th: Houston

4th Annual Competition, June 24-26, 2005
Host Chapter: Dallas
Host School: Southern Methodist University
Case Topic: B.E.T.
Winners: 1st: Houston; 2nd: Dallas; 3rd: Washington, DC

3rd Annual Competition, 2004
Host Chapter: Richmond
Host School: University of Richmond
Case Topic: EMI
Winners: 1st: Atlanta; 2nd: Washington; 3rd: Dallas

2nd Annual Competition, 2003
Host Chapter: Washington, D.C.
Host School: Howard University
Winners: 1st Houston; 2nd: Atlanta; 3rd: Dallas

1st Annual Competition, June 23, 2002
Host Chapter: Atlanta
Winning Teams (tie): Dallas; Washington, DC

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