History and governance

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The Case Centre was set up in 1973 as the Case Clearing House of Great Britain and Ireland. It was the result of a joint initiative by 22 higher education institutions who wanted a reliable facility for sharing case materials among business teachers.

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Governance

The Case Centre is an independent, educational, non-profit, membership based organisation with no share capital and is a registered charity.

We are governed by our Memorandum and Articles of Association. Our executive committee, comprising up to 14 annually elected academic representatives from member organisations, meets four times a year to establish our policy and oversee our progress. Our US operation is overseen by a board of directors from academia and business.

We have over 500 academic and corporate members from all over the world. Our members are a vital part of The Case Centre community and at the heart of everything we do.

Key dates

Timeline of The Case Centre's history

Download a timeline of our first 40 years

Get in touch

We are always interested to hear from the case community. Please contact one of our offices with your query or feedback.

UK office

Cranfield University, Wharley End
Beds MK43 0JR, UK
t + 44 (0)1234 750903
e info@thecasecentre.org

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US office

Babson College, Babson Park
Wellesley MA 02457, USA
t + 1 781 239 5884
e info.usa@thecasecentre.org

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Our team

We pride ourselves on being an efficient, forward-looking and friendly organisation, which always puts the needs of its authors, customers and members first. 

Our staff, based at our offices in the UK and US, look forward to speaking to you.

Find out more

Online case teaching

One of the key benefits of the case method is its ability to engage students, and this naturally lends itself to increasing the interactivity of online sessions.

Discover our curated list of online case teaching resources to develop your skills.

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Online case teaching

One of the key benefits of the case method is its ability to engage students, and this naturally lends itself to increasing the interactivity of online sessions.

Discover our curated list of online case teaching resources to develop your skills.