Singapore's Young Talents showcase their potential at 2014 Frost & Sullivan Case Challenge

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Singapore's Young Talents showcaseSingapore's Young Talents showcase their potential at 2014 Frost & Sullivan Case Challenge PR Newswire SINGAPORE, April 8, 2014 -- Top finalists received cash prizes and internships Some of the brightest tertiary students had the opportunity to take on and propose solutions to problems faced in the public sector at the recent Frost & Sullivan Singapore Case Challenge 2014 held on Friday, 4 April at The Pod, National Library Building, Singapore. The Frost & Sullivan Case Challenge 2014 offers existing undergraduates an opportunity to develop and present solutions for Nairu (a fictional country) to help her develop a nation-wide manpower strategy to ensure that the future demands of the workforce are met, while simultaneously balancing the need for economic growth. "Through this case challenge, we are able to engage with the younger generation for their unique perspectives and allowing them an insight into the fast-paced world of research and consulting," said Mr Manoj Manon, Senior Partner and Managing Director of Frost & Sullivan, Asia Pacific. The case challenge was open to all undergraduates from universities in Singapore, across all faculties. The successful applicants were mentored by Frost & Sullivan consultants, and a total of five finalist teams were selected for the final round.

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Singapore's Young Talents showcase their potential at 2014 Frost & Sullivan Case Challenge

PR Newswire

-- Top finalists received cash prizes and internships

Some of the brightest tertiary students had the opportunity to take on and propose solutions to problems faced in the public sector at the recent Frost & Sullivan Singapore Case Challenge 2014 held on Friday, 4 April at The Pod, National Library Building, Singapore.

The Frost & Sullivan Case Challenge 2014 offers existing undergraduates an opportunity to develop and present solutions for Nairu (a fictional country) to help her develop a nation-wide manpower strategy to ensure that the future demands of the workforce are met, while simultaneously balancing the need for economic growth.