Four BBA students win the APICS LOM case competition

January 28, 2014

BBA students Christian Duret, Audray Langlois, Catherine Vincent and Léonard Vincent took first place in the 2014 APICS Canadian Student Case Competition held in Burlington, Ontario, on January 25 and 26. Ten Canadian university teams took part in this Logistics and Operations Management case competition.

The winning delegation will represent the Canadian District of APICS at the APICS International Student Case Competition to be held in New Orleans in October 2014.  

Congratulations to the winners!



Created in Cleveland in 1957, APICS (today known as the Association for Operations Management) is a recognized professional association in the field of operations management. It offers its more than 37,000 members in some 200 countries training, certification and research, in addition to producing a number of publications. APICS has 19 professional chapters and 13 student chapters in Canada.


Léonard Vincent, Christian Duret, Catherine Vincent and Audray Langlois with their coach, Nicolai Rassolov, Academic Vice-President of the APICS Montréal chapter.

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