NBMBAA - National Black MBA Case Competition
September 27, 2022
For over 25 years, NBMBAA® has welcomed MBA candidates from the nation’s top business schools to compete for $50,000 in cash prizes and employment opportunities. The competition allows student consulting teams to analyze a complex business case, using their problem-solving skills and present their findings before a panel of Fortune 500 executives.
BUSINESS CASE ANALYSIS
• Competing teams will be given time to prepare an analysis and presentation of a complex
• The business case will be e-mailed to registered team members and faculty advisors by
Tuesday, August 3, 2021, and to teams upon registration after that date.
• The business case will focus on a critical business issue and may address multiple functional
areas. Team members may wish to present the case analysis as if presenting to a Board of
• All case analysis, writing, development and presentations are to be completed by members of
the team. Faculty advisors or coaches may assist in the preparation of the analysis. However,
only official members of the team may present during the preliminary and final rounds.
Teams competing in the Stellantis Case Competition must consist of three (3) primary team
members and one (1) alternate team member. At least two (2) of the primary team members
must be African American. Per scholarship guidelines, team members must be U.S. or Canadian
citizens or legal permanent residents. All team members must be enrolled full-time in an AACSB
accredited Master’s program at the time of the competition.