The semi-final stage of AmChamps, a programme designed to help young people achieve professional and personal development through synergy between academia and, business, saw the participants present the Schweppes Case Study provided by Coca-Cola Hellenic.
More than eight months into the programme, the nine mentoring pairs presented their takes on the case study, and the jury, comprising Ivan Milosavljević of USAID-a, Aleksandar Vratonjić Gligorijević of TeleGroup, and Nina Petrović of Coca-Cola Hellenic, chose three pairs that advanced into the final round. This year’s AmChamps finalists are:
· Marko Stojanović (HPE) and Aleksa Antić (Faculty of Economics)
· Ivan Vučićević (Adecco) and Milana Maravić (Faculty of Engineering)
· Miloš Radaković (Coca-Cola Hellenic) and Andrej Gavrić (Faculty of Economics)
The programme’s finals are scheduled for October, when the finalists will present their solutions to problems designed by CEOs of HPE, Adecco, and Coca-Cola Hellenic. All pairs that have entered the finals will receive valuable prizes: the manager of the winning pair will get a scholarship for an Executive MBA course, and the student will receive a full scholarship for a master’s course at the University of York. The second-ranked and third-ranked pair will win 50 percent discounts for these academic programmes.