Drexel LeBow Students Are Finalists in LEEDS Case Competition

A team of graduate students from Drexel University’s LeBow College of Business comprised of One-Year MBA student Christopher Fried, Two-Year MBA student Anandi Abichandani, and MS in Finance student Zhe Li has been selected to advance to the final round of the 2011 LEEDS Net Impact Case Competition. They will travel to Boulder, Colo., to compete for a $10,000 top prize Feb. 18-19. 2010.

The Leeds Net Impact Case Competition is the premier case format competition built around how businesses can best succeed while facing sustainability challenges. This competition attracts the top rated business schools and future industry leaders, and serves as an opportunity to bring together students, executives and businesses who share a common commitment to sustainable business practices and financial returns.

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