National Business Olympiad (NBO - 2010) Pinnacle 2010 - Flagship Event of IIMA

Top Quote Flagship Event of IIMA, one of the biggest events at IIMA - NBO 2010, as it is completing 50 successful years in business education. Unitedworld School of Business (UWSB) host partners for 5 major cities, in India. End Quote
  • (1888PressRelease) November 20, 2010 - being organized by Indian Institute of Management - Ahmedabad (IIM-A) in alliance with Smartsims in over 30 cities across India, where Unitedworld School of Business will be co-partners for 5 major cities, picking the best for the finale. The Grand finale will be conducted at IIM-A in November 2010, during their 50th Year Celebration Flagship Summit, Confluence - 2010.

    National Business Olympiad (NBO-2010) is a business simulation competition conducted specially for management students with the intention to test their understanding, ability and administrative skills in Finance, Marketing, Operations and R&D.

    This city level competition is executed across the country from October 2010 to November 2010. The competitions will be held on Smartsims simulations-MikesBikes Intro or Mikes Bikes Advanced. The finals will be conducted on MikesBikes - Advanced platform.

    Unitedworld School of Business the host partners for NBO 2010 for 5 cities - Ahmedabad, Kolkata, Delhi, Hyderabad and Mumbai will be conducting the preliminary rounds for this Event. Unitedworld School of Business has its 5 campuses in these cities and it also has an International Campus in Singapore. All preliminary rounds to be conducted by Unitedworld School of Business, and then the finalist will go to IIM-A.

    Confluence is the flagship event of IIMA and it has earned the industry's respect over these 50 successful years! It is Asia's largest business school pinnacle, integrating assistance, standpoint and scrutiny of industry and academia. Confluence 2010 will set in motion IIMA's Golden Jubilee Celebrations. The biggest meet ever in IIMA.

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