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Free webinar – Competitive Case Writing: Preparing and Polishing your Entry for our Case Writing Competitions

16h-16.50h (BST), Thursday 1 July 2021

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What makes a competition winning case? How do you make your case stand out from the crowd? During this webinar our experts will provide practical guidance to help you prepare and polish your entry for our case writing competitions.

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About this free webinar

This webinar is designed to support and inform case authors who would like to enter a case in The Case Centre’s case writing competitions.

The webinar will cover:

  • an introduction to the case writing competitions
  • the features of a competition winning case
  • making your case stand-out
  • the importance of a good teaching note
  • competition entry requirements for your case and teaching note
  • how to enter the competitions
  • prizes, publicity and future impact.

The webinar will include a Q&A session.

About the presenters

The webinar will be led by Hazel Walker and Richard McCracken.

Hazel WalkerHazel is The Case Centre’s External Relations Manager and is responsible for developing and supporting network relationships with organisations across academia. She also manages the organisation’s case competitions, journal and scholarship programmes.

Richard McCrackenRichard is Director of The Case Centre and regularly represents the case community at conferences, workshops and competitions as both a speaker and moderator. He is also on the judging panels for The Case Centre's annual case awards and competitions and EFMD's case writing competitions.

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Book a place

Places on this webinar are limited so we advise signing up early to avoid disappointment.

Accessing the webinar

The webinar will be run using Zoom. Registered participants will receive an email two days before the webinar with a link to join the session. A link to the recording will also be provided to registered participants after the event.

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Please contact Kate Cook with any queries relating to this webinar.
Kate Cook Kate Cook
Training and Events Manager
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