Proud partner of BBICC 2018
Belgrade Business International Case Competition 2018
BBICC is the global undergraduate business case competition that will be held for the sixth time in Belgrade, the capital city of Serbia. As one of the top global business case competitions, BBICC is a unique opportunity for international business schools not only to take part in challenging case competition, but also to experience Serbia and it’s culture.
This year their goal is to remain the crossroad of diverse cultures and also to create a good learning environment and to provide all the participants with valuable knowledge. Nevertheless, fair play and a high level of professionalism will be secured.
This year they brought 20 Universities from all over the world to solve 3 real business problems with innovative ideas and they will ensure that all participants receive relevant knowledge for their professional future.
Faculty of Organizational Sciences
Faculty of Organizational Sciences is a higher education institution, part of the University of Belgrade, which deals with education, scientific research and consultancy through the development of knowledge and skills in management, information systems and technology with the aim to enable future professionals to develop the potentials of commerce and society. BBICC is a competition within the Faculty of Organizational Sciences. The founder is dr Vesna Damnjanovic, a professor from the Department of Marketing.
CodeIT – one of the five members of the jury
We are proud to be a part of this year’s BBICC – our CEO, Mihailo Milojevic, is one of the five members of the jury. The jury has the opportunity to evaluate students from the following foreign universities: Hong Kong University, Thammasat University, University of Washington, Queen’s University, Copenhagen Business School. BBICC 2018 opening ceremony was held on Monday. The ceremonial opening was attended by the representatives of large domestic and foreign companies, senior state officials, as well as Ana Brnabić, the Prime Minister of Serbia, who opened the competition.
Two short cases
On Tuesday and Wednesday there were two minor cases, involving 20 teams (each team has four members). The first case was set by Schneider Electric and the other Paneleven group. Paneleven group gave an interesting case to the contestants – they needed to invent a new, event-based cryptocurrency – xCEEdium. Both cases lasted for five hours, and on the basis of the results achieved by the teams, the best four went into the further competition.
Long case and Finale
Telekom Serbia is a company which was honored to give the main case to the contestants – they had 24 hours to solve the case! The BBICC 2018 Grand Finale was held on Saturday, April 21, and this year everyone could watch it online, via Livestream, provided by Telekom Srbija.