The Roatman A4S case competition pushes teams to develop a sustainable solution for a real industry issue. For information on the competition: https://bit.ly/2BwiBgy
Our performance over the years:
- 2022 – 1st Place Winner
- 2019 – 1st and 3rd Place Winner
Team (L to R): Lucía Cieza, Ojasvie Arora, Sweena Gore and Yogita Goyal
Lucía Cieza, Ojasvie Arora, Sweena Gore and Yogita Goyal represented JMSB in the A4S International Case Competition that focuses on connecting the brightest financial, entrepreneurial, and business students to drive the future.
The focus this year was on risks to business posed by the loss nature. The teams had to design actionable/measurable business and financial models to for a solution and show the adoption at scale. The teams had to submit an executive summary and a 5-minute pitch video. The team resorted to a solution that would increase the efficiency of producing Green Hydrogen. This solution was aimed to help Canada achieve the UN’s Sustainability goals.
Marc LeGuen and Genevieve Redstone coached and supported the team while they prepared their solution for the competition.
2022 Team – 1st Place
The 2022 team consisted of Laura Fraticelli, Lorenze Dsouza, Raul Braganza and Shun Guo won First prize at Rotman A4SICC Competition organized at Rotman School of business. This is a research heavy event that requires students to develop innovative solutions that address climate change. So proud of our team and all the work they did to develop an impressive solution: The development of a seaweed-based feed to supplement cattle feed to drastically reduce methane emissions.
Unfortunately, due to the COVID-19 pandemic the Roatman teams did not get to compete this year. The CCC would like to thank their coaches Marc LeGuen, Genevieve Redstone, Pierre Carpentier, Carole Charbonneau and Vignesh Ramaraj for the many hours they put into coaching these teams.
2019 Teams – 1st & 3rd Place
On March 30th 2019, 16 teams from across the globe competed at the Rotman Net Impact
competition. Both JSMB teams competed in the finals and placed in 1st and 3rd overall!
1st place winners:
3rd place winners:
Left to Right: Evan Steeves, Lissette, Vela, Raffi Zaroukian, Sen Li
Left to Right: Anju Suddul, Ali Haidar, Mitchell Regenstreif, Pedram Fardnia
Left to Right: Negar Dastjerdi, Aijing Zhang, Elena Raznovan, Mohamad El-Hout
Left to Right: Daniel Marinescu, Melina Soochan, Mohamad Naji, Victor Martone
Left to Right: Matthew Beck, Alina Parapuf, David Goldbaum, Sagnam Batra
Left to Right: Stavros Athanasoulias, Sid, Jon Gulick