KPMG has put together a video capturing the spirit of the KPMG International Case Competition held April 6-8 in Istanbul, Turkey.
This year's competition was the biggest to date with 19 countries and 125 participants. A team of undergraduate students from the Wake Forest University Schools of Business earned the world championship title on April 8 at the KPMG International Case Competition.
Wake Forest, representing the United States, defeated the Czech Republic, Russia and Sweden in the final round of competition.
The Wake Forest team was comprised of accountancy major Megan Petitt ('11) of Orlando, Fla., finance majors Tim Rodgers ('12) of Corrigan, TX and Swayze Smartt ('11) of Dallas, TX, and business and enterprise management major Afton Vechery ('11) of Woodbine, MD.
CLICK HERE to watch the KPMG International Case Competition Video.