The University of Chicago Business School and the Wharton Business School of the University of Pennsylvania have been selected to represent the United States in the final of the Left Bank Cup, a contest tasting between major international schools.
This competition is organized by the Commandery of Bontemps Médoc, of Graves, Sauternes and from Barsac 2002 and is chaired by Baron Eric de Rothschild. The final, to be held on 28 June Château Lafite Rothschild, meet two American teams, two Asian teams, two French teams and two European teams (other countries than France).
Eight American teams were therefore competing for the "first round" of this competition : Columbia University Business School, Columbia University Law School, Harvard Business School, Kellogg School of Business, Stanford Graduate School of Business and the Yale Law School and the two winners of the pre-selection, University of Chicago Business School and the Wharton Business School of the University of Pennsylvania.
All these teams met in a theory test followed by three rounds of blind tastings. The event was held at the Consulate of New York. And this is the University of Chicago Business School and the Wharton Business School of the University of Pennsylvania who qualified at the end of this event.
French and Asian selections should take place in March next. Twelve teams are competing for Asia, from Hong Kong and Shanghai. As for France, fifteen teams will compete for the coveted two spots for the final.
Congratulations to the two American teams already competing for the final !
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