2nd place in the Ted Rogers ethics competition in Toronto
December 4, 2017
Antoine Lapointe, Marianne Veilleux, Élizabeth-Ann Teasdale, Kaileigh Hamilton-Browne and Jean-François St-Pierre.
The HEC Montréal team made the podium for the second straight year in the Ted Rogers Ethical Leadership Case Competition. The 4 BBA students finished 2nd in the event on November 17 and 18 at the Ryerson University Ted Rogers School of Management, in Toronto.
Kaileigh Hamilton-Browne, Marianne Veilleux, Élizabeth-Ann Teasdale and Antoine Lapointe will share a $3,000 cash prize. They were accompanied by their trainers, Audrée Lavoie-Archambault and Jean-François St-Pierre, Director – HEC Montréal Student Relations.
For this competition, teams had to analyze complex transparency issues in a case involving a multinational food company.
The eight teams from business schools across Canada had one week to analyze the case and prepare their presentation to a jury of business representatives.