Pirate’s Pursuit Market Research Case Competition
Pirate's Pursuit is a market research team case competition offered as an alternative to the team presentation portion of the Stillman School of Business Sophomore/Senior Assessment.
Case competition materials will consist of instructions, overview and evaluation criteria.
Prize money will be awarded to the winning teams:
- First-place team - $600
- Second-place team - $300
- Third-place team - $100
All Stillman School of Business sophomores, juniors and seniors in good standing may participate. Students must register as individuals and will be randomly placed into teams of 3-5 students. In order to fulfill the team presentation portion of the Sophomore/Senior Assessment requirement, students must have a 3.0 or higher GPA.
It is highly recommended that seniors complete their Stillman School of Business Assessment requirements prior to their last semester of school.
- Fulfills part of your Stillman Assessment requirement
- Highlights your market research skills
- Real-world application
- Challenging, fun format
- Professional feedback
Registration / Deadline
Registration must be completed by Wed., February 10, 2021 at 11:59 p.m. Register now »
Materials for the case competition will be emailed to all registered students by Mon., February 15, 2021.
Please only register if you are willing to participate and able to present on March 18, 2021. If you "drop out" of this competition, you will not be eligible for this competition in the future.
Pirate's Pursuit Market Research Case Competition will be held Thur., March 18, 2021 between 7-10 p.m. This event will be held 100% virtually. All participants MUST be available to participate on this date and time. Complete event logistics are to be announced.
Winners will be announced at the Marketing Awards Ceremony on Wed., April 21, 2021 between 5:30-7:30 p.m. This event will be held 100% virtually. Complete event logistics are to be announced.
Specific questions about participation should be directed to:
Associate Dean Leigh Onimus