Polit Case Competition (PCC) RISE
March 30, 2023

PCC RISE is the first of our new case competitions in economics. It is specifically designed for novices in case-solving wishing to explore the world of case competitions from the comfort of their own home with a chance to solve real-life problems of leading Danish organizations. We, therefore, encourage all students on both the bachelorís and masterís program with any level of case-solving experience to sign up for PCC RISE.

We are excited to announce Jeudan as the case partner for this years RISE competition. Jeudan is the biggest real estate company in Denmark, with more than 200 properties worth 29 billion DKK. RISE competition is a great opportunity to try out or develop your existing case-solving skills. We encourage all students with any level of case-solving experience to participate. Watch the video below for deeper insight into our exciting case partner Jeudan.

Students enrolled at a Danish University at the time of the competition are eligible for a spot but bear in mind that the case is created with an economist skill set in mind, and participants are evaluated on this. The nine best teams are invited to present their solution in a semifinal, with the three winners proceeding to the final. The winning team will take home the glory alongside a sharpened case-solving toolbox and a spot in PCC IMPACT in Autumn.

The case is written with an economist skill set in mind and provides a unique opportunity to apply economic theory from your studies to current and real issues in some of the most influential Danish organizations. The emphasis on economics is also reflected in the evaluation of the solutions and as a participant, you should expect quantitative work to a central element to analysis.

The case is specifically designed for novices in case-solving who wish to explore the world of case competitions. Therefore, students in the bachelorís and masterís program with any level of experience in case-solving can easily participate in PCC RISE and boost their problem-solving toolbox.

The PCC RISE is an online case competition that allows your team to solve the case from the comfort of your own home in a 6-hour time span. We provide your team with goodie bags with all the things you need to crack the case and offer take-away vouchers upon receiving your solutions.

Solving the PCC RISE case will boost your skills in teamwork, structured problem-solving, economic analysis, and presentation. PCC RISE is a learning opportunity for participants and therefore, every team receives feedback on their solution by our judging panel consisting of experienced economists from the case partner, BCG, the university, and other external partners.

The case is managed through Innoflow. Be sure to keep an eye on the platform as this is where you sign up, download the case material, and hand-in your solution. This is also where we announce the semifinalist teams and post the timetable for the semifinals.

All teams have 7 hours (from 11:00 to 18:00) to solve the case. The case material and data can be accessed on Innoflow on March 26, 11:00. The solution (slide deck) has to be uploaded on this platform before the deadline in PDF format. We do not accept any late submissions.

Judges select nine teams that advance to the semifinals where the teams will present their solutions to a selected panel of judges.

The three semifinalist teams with the best solutions and presentations proceed to the final. They will present for a panel of judges, other participants and spectators. Here, the winner of PCC RISE 2023 is found.

Copenhagen Business School
1st Place: 5,000 DKK