Henley Challenge 2014
The Henley Challenge is an annual competition open to all students across Henley Business School, who are studying in the UK, which encourages the use of knowledge, skill and creativity. The challenge for students this year was to choose a business area studied at Henley to focus on and present to an audience of peers and academics their answer to the question:
‘Honest profit’… Corporate daydream or imperative?
The five finalists, were chosen by a panel of staff and academic judges, and gave a 10 minute presentation last night.
Amongst this years’ finalists, were ICMA Centre student Huaxin Shen, BSc Finance & Investment Banking, & Junda Zeng, MSc Real Estate Finance, who delivered a very interesting presentation that explored the costs of maintaining an ethical supply chain.
The winner was Abhishek Mandal, Full-time MBA, who received the most votes from the audience at the event and the prize is £1,250 to share between him and his chosen charity (£250 for the winner/s, £1,000 for the charity/ies.).
Congratulations to all teams for their effort and to the winner of this year’s competition!
A video of the full event will be available soon.
|Published||20 February 2014|
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