CASE COMPETITION

The Energy in Emerging Markets Case Competition (EEMCC) engages diverse, creative teams of students to address real energy challenges affecting the developing world. The competition, organized by the Duke MBA Energy Club, encourages graduate students to propose unconventional business-based solutions for an industry partner, exposing unrecognized opportunities with positive social and environmental impact. The 2020 EEMCC features teams from 32 universities across 6 countries, competing for  $15,000 in prizes! 
Registration is closed.

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The 2020 Case Competition focuses on Engro Corporation, based in Pakistan. As Pakistan’s leading conglomerate, Engro Corporation is uniquely positioned to help resolve the country’s energy crises by utilizing indigenous resources and uplifting the economy in the process. 

Congratulations to our 2019 Energy in Emerging Markets Case Competition winners!

1st Place | $10,000: University of California, Berkeley

  • Will Bowman, Simon Greenberg, Alan Southworth, Rebecca West

2nd Place | $3,500: Duke University

  • Akshay Krishnan, Christopher Onorato, Nicolas Villar, Zukhruf Amjad, Hassan Nadeem

3rd Place | $1,500: Yale University

  • Cory Yamada, George Moore, Emmanuel Fadahunsi, Eric Pan, Nauman Charania

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