BBA Supply Chain
Directly impacted throughout 5 workshops
Contributed among 17 volunteers
Instilling the Entrepreneurial mind-set into the young generation to ensure that our future leaders were exposed to situations and events that will make them a better individual.
Proudly sponsored by
School of Business
Case Clash is a competition of high school teams consisting of 4 students and 1 faculty advisor. They will be provided with a case study and will develop a PowerPoint presentation to present their case to a panel of judges to show their expertise. This competition is an excellent opportunity for students to apply their lessons from the classroom to a real-world situation in the business market.
This event is open to high school students in grades 10, 11, and 12. Due to COVID-19, the competition this year will happen virtually from Saturday, February 20, 2021, to Sunday, February 28, 2021.
Orientation will be held on February 20, 2021, we will have our speakers from CPA, RBC, SAIT, and the partnering company and we will also be releasing the case package along with instructions to participants. Then, each team consisting of 4 high school students (in grades 10, 11, and 12) will be given the chance to read the case on their own time, make a video (up to 10 minutes) with the solutions, and submit it to us by February 24, 2021.
There is no registration fee for this virtual event, however, each team needs to complete the registration form and send it back to us by Wednesday, February 17, 2021. Applications can be sent to email@example.com. Late applications will not be accepted.
If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
About Case Clash
Case Clash was first launched at ENACTUS SAIT in September 2012 and since then has become one of our successful running projects.
Mission & Vision:
To empower, take on challenges, and to overcome obstacles through leadership.
At Enactus, we teach our volunteers to be entrepreneurs, leaders, and motivators. To take their ideas and turn them into projects that benefit the community and the people involved. Moreover, we encourage diversity and innovation of new ideas as young entrepreneurs of this society
Through our words, our actions, and the situations we create, we seek to empower those who experience the case competition. In fact, our commitment to do so is one of our defining attributes. We offer an event that encourages confidence and fosters the opportunity for delegates to stand up and stand out.
Case Clash gives our volunteers the chance to demonstrate their ability to take on challenges, inspire others to create possibilities, and transform the lives of the young generation; thus, strengthening the business community.
4. Knowing that they have what it takes to succeed
To take on new opportunities takes courage and guidance in the right direction. Case Clash pushes the teams to acknowledge their strengths and hone their skills as potential entrepreneurs.
For many of the students as their last year in high school ends they will be anxious about what possibilities may lay on the other side. Case Cash provides ways for these students to interconnect with societies, entrepreneurs, and create possibilities by taking action. Their actions to get involved will lead to acknowledgment from their schools as well as post-secondary institutions.
Case Clash Competition:
Overview and Rules
Each team will be represented by a maximum of four students with the desire to get a taste of the business world and who are in Grade 10, 11, and/or 12, as well as immigrant/or refugee and indigenous schools.
Prize will be split between team members:
1ST PLACE: $1,000
2ND PLACE: $800
3RD PLACE: $500
Most Public Vote: $300
Registration form deadline is February 17th, 2021
Please note, late registrations will not be accepted
Cancellations of registration should be submitted before February 19th, 2021 to
The case selected for the competition:
Shall contain elements from business stream courses, including Management, Marketing, Finance, Accounting, Human Resources, and Supply Chain Management
Shall have a degree of difficulty on par with a 2nd-year business term project