Tepper TIC 2019 Registration
The Tepper Tech Innovation Challenge is a case competition for MBA students dedicated to applying business techniques to products in emerging technologies. Our goal is to create a community of forward-thinking students from the best technology-focused business schools in the nation.

Hosted by Carnegie Mellon University’s Tepper School of Business and the Business and Technology Club, the 2019 edition will focus on Product Management.


REGISTRATION
Open until October 3, 2019 at 10 PM ET

Teams are to register their team for the competition through this Google Form.
One team member will register the entire team. Each team will be asked to provide the name and email address of each team member, as well as indicate a team leader.


QUALIFYING ROUND
October 4 - 8, 2019
Location: Virtual
Submission deadline: Tuesday, October 8th, 3:00 PM ET

Registered teams will be provided the qualification prompt at 5:00 PM ET on Friday, October 4th then have until the deadline to submit a white paper responding to the prompt via email.

The judging committee, consisting of Tepper School of Business faculty and sponsor judges, will decide the best papers. Selected paper authors will be asked to participate in the Final Round. Qualifying Round results will be determined by mid October.


FINAL ROUND
November 15th - 16th, 2019
Location: Tepper School of Business, Pittsburgh PA

Winning teams from the qualifying round (8) will compete in the final round at the Tepper School of Business. This two day event will culminate in a final presentation to a board of judges from sponsor companies and university faculty.

Teams are responsible for transfers to and from Pittsburgh, and stay in Pittsburgh.

Winners will be determined and awarded on November 16th.


Please note: This competition is only open to MBA students seeking internship opportunities for Summer 2020.
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