Organised by the HKICPA, the competition is designed to bring together students in accounting and business to investigate and analyse a specific business case for a corporation. Through participating in the competition, students are able to sharpen a broad range of skills including business research, analysis, logical thinking, time management, and oral presentation.
As one of the judges this year, Paul thought all the participating teams have demonstrated that they have the ability to observe and analyse the financial and operational performance of a business and to give comprehensive consideration to many aspects of the business. “This competition was also a good way for the students to understand that having good presentation skills and being capable to convey messages clearly are all the more crucial to convince their audiences to believe that their proposed business strategies are feasible.”, Paul noted.
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Credits (Photos): Hong Kong Institute of Certified Public Accountants