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Kwantlen Polytechnic University (KPU) accounting students placed second in the sixth-annual Certified Management Accountants of British Columbia Case Competition.

Representing KPU were first- and second-year students Clayton Dendy, Hardeep Rai, Andy Nguyen and Anesha Kaid. The team earned a shared prize of $2,000.

“Working under pressure, they get to exercise their analytical skills, determine the strategic direction they think is best suited and advocate a time-tied, results-oriented real life action plan to a panel of seasoned industry veterans,” said Wayne Tebb, dean of KPU’s School of Business.

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