Instilling the next generation with an entrepreneurial mind-set; ensuring our future leaders are exposed to situations that will make them better equipped for success.

Jaira Velasco
Project Manager
IT Computer Systems

69 students

5 teachers

Directly impacted throughout 5 workshops

We would like to thank you for your interest in participating in the annual Case Clash Competition, presented by Enactus SAIT in partnership with SAIT School of Business.

This year, the competition will happen virtually between March 6 - March 11, 2022. Since it will be virtually this year, the way that the competition usually happens, will be different. Each high school is allowed to send as many teams as they want through filling a form in the Case Clash package and then sending it to us by March 11, 2022. There is no limit for how many teams can participate this year.

In February 28, 2022 on Monday, we will have an orientation day through Zoom, where teachers and students can attend and we will have speakers from CPA, RBC and SAIT School of Business. The case study will also be released for students on that day. Then, high school students will have until March 11, 2022 Friday to solve, present, record a video and send it to us by that day for voting, selection and opportunities to win prizes. I have attached the package for more information along with an info-graphic with the most important timelines and deadlines, please review it carefully. I have attached a form in this email, please let all teams fill it separately and send it back to us before the deadline. Also, I have attached a media release form for the videos that will be posted in YouTube for the submission, please let students fill it and send it back with their applications.

There is no registration fee for this virtual event, however, you need to complete the registration form for each team. Teams will be accepted into this competition on a first come first serve basis. If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact me at

Thank you for your time and we look forward to hearing from you soon.


423 hours

Contributed among 17 volunteers

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.



  • Registration form deadline is February 25, 2022

    • Please note, late registrations will not be accepted.

  • Cancellations of registration should be submitted before February 21, 2022 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

Competition requirements:

  • Most have 4 members in a team, and submit the application form with the members name along with the team’s name

  • The video recording should not exceed 10 minutes

  • Team members can use any technical aids that will help in recording the video. Using the power point slides is encouraged in the competition

  • The video’s quality is not a major component in the winners’ selections

  • Team members should not include the school name in their videos, but they can mention their schools’ name in the application

  • Any application submitted after February 25, 2022 will not be accepted



Role of Faculty Advisors:

In the months preceding the competition, advisors are responsible for providing adequate training and preparation so that:

  • Students are familiar with the case study analysis approach to complex problems solving

  • Students are comfortable presenting their solution and answering questions about their analysis and recommendation

Orientation Day:

  • The orientation will start at 10am through zoom. Links will be sent before the application’s deadline

  • There will be speakers from RBC, CPA, SAIT School of Business and the partnering company

  • The case study will be released to teams with more instructions on the competition


After the Orientation Day:

  • Teams have about 4 days to read, understand, bring solutions and present them in a video that do not exceed 10mins. Then they have to submit the video by no later than March 11, 2022 to go through the voting process

  • Teams can be as creative as they want with their video recordings.

  • The voting process will go through the public, including people who are relatives, friends, SAIT volunteers and students, and any other people who the voting link will be sent to.

  • All videos that will be submitted will posted in our YouTube Channels in this link:

  • The top 10 videos will be selected from the highest voting from the public. Then our judges from SAIT and the partnering company will go through the video to select the winners

  • The winners will be contacted in the first two weeks of March

  • Our Instagram channels will include and host the voting.

Case Clash Insta (caseclashyyc):

Enactus SAIT Insta (enactussait):  




Judging Selection:

  • In the first voting stage, the judges will be the public. Teams can share their video’s links to people who they know. Also, Enactus SAIT will be sending the links of videos and share them in the social media platforms for the public to watch and vote until March 18, 2022.

  • Our Instagram channels will include and host the voting.

    • Case Clash Insta page: (caseclashyyc)

    • Enactus SAIT Insta page: (enactussait)

    • There will be top 10 highest vote videos chosen to be moved to the second stage

    • In the second stage, Judges from SAIT, RBC, CPA and the partnering company will watch the videos and select the winners



  • Each team will be judged based on the content of its presentation, as well as its ability to convincingly present arguments and recommendations to the judges

  • The panel of judges will assess each of the team’s submissions and oral presentations, then submit their comments and evaluation sheet to the competition organizers


Dress Code:

  • Business Casual


In order to ensure anonymity of the teams and impartiality of the competition:

  • Teams will not be known by their school names during their presentations

  • Each team must come up with a fictitious name for the competition

  • The team fictitious name needs to be included on the Case Clash Competition Application

  • All teams will analyze the same case

  • Judges will not be informed, nor can any team inform judges during the presentation, which school the team represents

  • Teams will present using the fictitious team name. However, individuals are free to use their real personal names in the presentation

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

Core values:

Teach - At ENACTUS SAIT, 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.

Empower - 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.

Inspire - 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 young generation; thus, strengthening the business community.

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.

Connect - For many of the students as their last year in high school ends they will be anxious of 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 acknowledgement from their schools as well as post-secondary institutions.

Case Clash Logo Fixed June 2019
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Post-Secondary Student Judges

Esteemed Post-Secondary Case Competitor Judges from SAIT