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Bentley Students on Top Three Winning Teams at Annual Minority Business Conference and Student Case Competition on October 17

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Bentley Students on Top Three Winning Teams at Annual Minority Business Conference and Student Case Competition on October 17

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Twenty-three Bentley students took part in the Annual Minority Business Conference and Student Case Competition on October 17, with six serving on the top three winning teams. Bentley students teamed up with cohorts from UMass and Suffolk University for the competition, which was sponsored by the National Association of Black Accountants Boston Chapter and held at State Street Corporation in North Quincy, Mass.

Bentley winning team members include:

  • First Place ($ 500 per person): junior Nomble Coleman and sophomore Weicong Tian
  • Second Place ($250 per person): junior Doniella McKoy and sophomore Pranay Jain
  • Third Place ($100 per person): sophomores Stephen Yeem and Ravina Mutha

Participating teams had one week to create a solution for a case regarding JMD Manufacturing's Nano De-Copier Paper Pulper. They presented to a panel of judges that included Professor Charles Malgwi, faculty adviser of the Bentley University Students Chapter of National Association of Black Accountants (NABA), along with executives and professionals from KPMG, PricewaterhouseCoopers, Ernst & Young, Deloitte, State Street Corporation, Becker Professional Review, Boston Fund Services, The Bank of New York Mellon, JP Morgan, Liberty Mutual, and Suffolk University.

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