Welcome to the Local Supply Chain and Operations Case Competition Fall Series
October 18 – 20, 2018
Arizona State University’s Supply Chain Management Association is excited to host the Fall Series of the Annual Local Undergraduate Supply Chain & Operations Case Competition.
The purpose of the competition is to provide a profound learning and networking experience for undergraduate students at ASU that will promote the field and career path of supply chain and operations management by turning academic theory into practice.
The team that places first in the local case competition takes home $1000 in prize money and is eligible to move on to the national case competition, hosted here at Arizona State University.
We are no longer offering the national case competition as we want to focus on improving the local case competition in order to better serve our members.
Registration for the Fall 2018 Case Competition has not opened yet.
Registration for the Fall 2018 Case Competition has not opened yet. Contact Michael Hipschman via email at firstname.lastname@example.org for additional questions.
The Fall 2018 Local Case Competition will be held at ASU’s W.P. Carey School of Business. The competition will be held on Thursday, October 18th to Saturday, October 20th.
There is a $15 registration deposit per team that will be refunded following completion of the competition. This is to avoid last-minute cancellations and to ensure that registration spots are reserved with serious intent to compete. Food will be catered and paid for by SCMA. If you live off campus you are responsible for your own transportation.
Local Case Competition Rules Dinner – Thursday, October 18th – 6-8 p.m.
Case Hand-out and Team Work – Friday, October 19th – All Day
Team Presentations – Saturday, October 20th – All Day
At least one team member needs to be available to attend the Kick-Off dinner on Thursday evening. All team members must participate on Friday to complete the case, but the time is yours to manage (as long as you turn in the case within 12 hours, you may go to work or class in between). All team members must be present on Saturday for your specific presentation time, as well as the finalist presentations and Closing Ceremony.
- 1st place – $1000
- 2nd place – $500
- 3rd place – $250
- 4th place – $100
Participants will compete in teams of four. The only requirement is that at least one team member needs to be in SCMA and majoring in Supply Chain Management. Other team members can be from outside of SCMA and/or W.P. Carey. All participants must be traditional undergraduate students.
Please contact Michael Hipschman via email at email@example.com.