BI National Case Competition 2020

Which BI campus has the best case team? At BI National Case Competition (BINCC) 2020 you will get the answer! Six talented teams from BI's four campuses will be challenged to solve and present two business cases. The winning team becomes BI's national case champion.

A fun learning experience

BI National Case Competition (BINCC) aims to provide a fun learning experience for its participants. Fair play is an essential criterion in the case competition. All participants are expected to treat each other with respect.

Six teams from BI's four campuses meet on Zoom 28-30 October for three intense days of hard work, networking and social activities. Each team consists of four full-time bachelor students. Each team must decide on a name for their team. The name must be neutral and give no indication as to which campus the team represents.

The warm-up case

BINCC consists of a warm-up case followed by a 12 hour case, which is the main case. The warm-up case will be sent to the teams four days before the competition starts. The teams solve the case and present their solutions on the first day of the competition. The teams have 15 minutes to present their solution. followed by a ten-minute Q&A session. All teams watch each other present and the warm-up case is therefore an important learning arena for the participants. The jury consists of relevant business representatives. The jury decide on a winner who gets a small prize, but the results have no bearing on the results of the main competition.

The main case

Thursday 29 October at 10:00 we will have a live Zoom presentation of the main case held by the case company. At 11:00 the case is handed out and the teams have 12 hours to come up with their solutions.

Friday 30 October 09:00-15:00 the teams present their solutions on Zoom to panel of judges. The teams have 15 minutes to present their solutions and 15 minutes to answer questions. The jury decides on the winner and runner-up.

The winner will represent BI in an online international case competition in November 2020.

Practical information

  • Time:Wednesday, 28 October 2020 12:00 - Friday, 30 October 2020 16:00
  • Place:Online via Zoom
  • Contact:Hilde Spæren (