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December 7, 2021
Citi case study competition: Congrats to the winners!

The final round of the Citi Business Case Study Competition was held on 26th November where the best performing nine teams from the first round of the competition introduced their case study solutions in a presentation to the joint jury from Budapest Business School and the Citi Global Business Corporate Department. Besides discussing their proposed solution for the business case study, the finalist teams also chose a topic which they find to be determining in the next five years in the areas of project, organizational and human resources management. Students talked about interesting aspects of digital transformation, artificial intelligence, unconscious bias as well as mental wellbeing as important themes for the near future.

 

Congratulations to each participating teams and a round of applause for the winners:

1st place:

Nóra Nagy
Dorka Anna Biter
Hédi Kulcsár


2nd place:

Julie Da Costa
Emilien Delattre
Agathe Finelle

 

3rd place:

Aveenas Chhabria
Regina Petra Fehér

 

Thank you for the jury for supporting the competition with their expert opinion from the fields of project, organizational and human resources management:

  • Citi Global Business Corporate Department:
  • Klára Tatár-Kiss - CE5 (Hungary, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Romania and Bulgaria) Cluster Head of Human Resources, Citi
  • László Kremmer - Senior Program Manager, Citi
  • Balázs Gál - Cluster Talent Acquisition Manager (UK & Europe), Citi
  • Tibor Vantsa - Head of Professional Talent Acquisition CE5, Citi
  • Budapest Business School:
  • Dr. Károly Pirisi - Department of International Trade and Logistics, Senior lecturer, PhD
  • Dr. Veronika Szilágyi - Department of International Trade and Logistics, Professor of practice
  • Imre Rigó – Department of International Trade and Logistics, Adjunct lecturer on HRM