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A global view of business

A team of three students from Kwantlen Polytechnic University’s School of Business – Natasha Campbell, Larisa Gorodetsky and Steven Vu – won first place at the 2012 APEX Business-IT Global Case Challenge, held in Singapore.

The annual competition brings together undergraduate students from leading universities to propose the best solutions to real-world case scenarios encompassing information systems and business solutions.

A total of 19 teams competed from universities around the world, including UBC and SFU.

Kwantlen student David Dryden served as an alternate.

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