ComCaseCompetition is an international case competition for communication students.

What is ComCaseCompetition

ComCaseCompetition is an international case competition within the field of communication. It is the ultimate challenge, as you work in a team and apply your academic theory in practice in order to solve the case company's current communication challenge.

10 teams of 4 students will be selected to compete. As a team, you will have 24 hours to solve the case by using your knowledge, skills, experiences and feedback from a communication agency. Throughout the competition you will get involved with international students, influential agencies and innovative companies. After the 24 hours, you will present your solution to a jury of communication experts and academics. The competition and final event takes place at Copenhagen Business School.

As a participant you get to:

  • work with a 24-hour deadline 
  • use your knowledge, skills and experience
  • share ideas, obtain feedback, and learn from communication and management experts
  • build networks with professional communicators, researchers and leading agencies - maybe even your future employer
  • gain more insight into the business world and global communication.

How to participate

To participate you must be enrolled in a university or AP-degree and have taken courses, within the field of communication/or marketing. You can sign up as a team of 4 students, or as an individual, and then be placed in a group. Stay tuned and follow us on Facebook to get more information. 

Are you coming from Jutland or Funen? Then we offer accommodation, and you get your transport costs to and from the event covered by Djøf. In some cases, some international students are eligible for a grant, to cover travel expenses.  

Your application must include: 

  • CV
  • A brief motivation for participating, and what your profile will bring to the competition.

ComCaseCompetition 2019

ComCaseComeptition 2019 took place on March 21th-22th 2019 at Copenhagen Business School.

Ten teams competed as consultants for world’s largest jewellery company, Pandora and worked with the task of engaging millennials within sustainability and innovation.

The winning team presented a solution inspired by SDG #5 on gender equality. They argued that Pandora should facilitate a behavioral change in society, making it normal for men to wear jewellery. Specifically, Pandora should tap into a broader market by focusing on genderless jewellery. Consequently, Pandora needed to rephrase its mission statement by introducing a gender-neutral focus as the group argued that this would broaden the company’s target market by expanding the brand focus and reach.

Pandora invited the team to present and discuss their concept with senior communications and marketing professionals at Pandora’s global headquarters in Copenhagen.

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