SBI Students Climb Competitive Ladder

January 9th, 2003 by Adam

Students in Plymouth State College’s Master of Business Administration program were recently named runners up in the Small Business Institute (SBI) national Case of the Year Competition.

A report by the consulting team of Vincent Yakobian and Krista Ross for the Hannah Grimes Marketplace in Keene was named runner up Case of the Year in the Graduate Comprehensive area.
A study of First Steps Preschool and Day Care Center in West Lebanon by the team of Jamil Datoo, Alyssa Ciccarella, John Rice, Martha Neal Maurer and Aaron Morse brought home the plaque as runner up Case of the Year in the Graduate Specialty category.

The SBI program enables college and university students throughout the United States to participate in hands-on learning experiences. Students conduct field case studies and provide consulting services to local small business owners.

The PSC Small Business Institute has provided free consulting help in the area for more than 25 years. According to Zamzow, “PSC MBA and undergraduate students have produced superior quality, award-winning business and marketing plans and reports that have helped improve businesses of all types.

For more information about the Small Business Institute at Plymouth State College, contact Craig Zamzow in the Plymouth State College business department at (603) 535-2921 or visit the SBI Web site at www.plymouth.edu/psc/busdept/sbi

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