Cameron University business students Jordan Baxter, Trevor Geiger, Cody Jones, Leslie Martini and Amanda Moberg are the winners of the Cameron School of Business’ 2013 Business Case competition. All graduating business majors and MBA students participated in the competition, conducting a business analysis and developing a strategic plan for a pre-selected firm. The competition is supported by the Virginia Brewczynski Endowed Chair in Business Leadership.
Baxter, from Lawton; Geiger, from Snyder; Jones, from Mustang; and Moberg, from Aby, Sweden, will graduate in May with a Bachelor of Business Administration degree. Martini, from Moore, will graduate with a Bachelor of Accounting degree.
Fifteen teams developed plans for RadioShack, based in Fort Worth and with operations in Lawton and across North America. Each team presented its plan to a group of local business leaders and faculty judges, who selected an overall winner.
“This competition can be a valuable resource both to our students and to organizations in our community,” says Dr. Ken Masters, Associate Professor of Business and Virginia Brewczynski Endowed Chair in Business Leadership. “Managers and other stakeholders from firms in past competitions have expressed their pleasure with their involvement, and several have implemented recommendations made by the students.”
Local business persons who would like information about participating in future case competitions can contact Masters at JMasters@Cameron.edu.