The Return of BriefCase Full of 360° Business Opportunities

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“If a window of opportunity appears, don’t pull down the shade.” -Tom Peters

Since the dawn of history, mankind has advanced by seeking for something ‘better’. That being said, “BriefCase – Inter-University 360° Business Strategy Competition Sponsored by Daraz” is back again, and it’s better than ever. With its new and unique features that’d give the participants a platform where they can learn to be the next big thing in the business world. Think you can afford to lose this BriefCase full of opportunities?

East-West University Business Club always live up to its reputation. This time they bring their flagship event, “BriefCase – Inter-University 360° Business Strategy Competition Sponsored by Daraz” back among all the participants. Participants from all over the nation will have a 360° overview of business including finance, marketing, supply chain management. This exactly is the sort of platform that the participants need to flourish their talents and be the game-changer in the business world.

The whole pandemic situation around the globe has heightened uncertainty over economy, employment, finances. Keeping the social distancing and safety of all the participants in mind, “East-West University Business Club” decided to arrange the whole competition online. Not to mention this year participants can take part in the competition individually or as a team. Either way, the competition is structured in such a way that the participants can avoid any sort of human interaction. Therefore it’s the best opportunity and platform for all the participants to make the best use of their time.

Why should you participate in this competition? You gather a bunch of experience of the real-life business world, you flourish your talent. Is that it? Is experience the only thing you’ll be taking home? Make some room because the top 3 teams will be awarded BDT 25K, BDT 15K, BDT 10K, respectively. You better take your chance.

The registration process has already started on 18th June, at 10 pm. Participants can visit the official Facebook page of East-West University Business Club or BriefCase to register. The official app of Daraz and their website can also be used to register in this event.

The entire event is divided into 3 parts. A workshop will be held on 25th June from the official Facebook page of East-West University Business Club. The 1st Round is a case-solving round where all the participants will battle for the top 30 positions. The chosen teams will directly go to the Semi-final round on 30th June, where they’ll have to run a Facebook campaign based on a company’s product/service/problem. The Grand Finale is on 10th July. This round is a surprise for the participants, guess 2020 isn’t done with its surprises.

The key to a successful & memorable event is to partner up with various organizations. This year “BriefCase – Inter-University 360° Business Strategy Competition Sponsored by Daraz” has partnered up with; Torun as Youth Content Partner, Radio Today as Radio Partner, Jago FM as Coverage Partner, Financial Express as English Online Media Partner, Samakal as Online Media Partner and ICE Business Times as Knowledge Partner.

Remember when Eminem said, “If you had one shot, or one opportunity to seize everything you ever wanted in one moment. Would you capture it or just let it slip?” Don’t let this opportunity go away, this opportunity comes once in a lifetime.

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