Teams of four participants, made up of two independent pairs, faced three different challenges, articulated around a single theme: Corporate Social Responsibility. Each challenge was composed of a specific problem. The first case concerned entrepreneurship, and was launched before the event. During the event, the two proposed topics were innovation and supply chain.
These case studies challenged participants to face real problems encountered every day by large companies striving to improve their CSR. The LSM’s involvement in case preparation, as well as the presence of Louvain CSR Network in the jury, guarantees the quality and originality of the game.
The LSM Cup is open from the 2nd year of the baccalaureate to students from all over the world. We encourage the inter-faculty, international and multidisciplinary teams because we believe they foster innovative thinking!
This year's edition was hosted by Coca-Cola Belgium.
"Coca-Cola is obviously delighted to be part of this," said Hellen Badozi, HR business partner at Coca-Cola European Partners. "The LSM Cup is a win-win-win-win. Students have the opportunity to work in a team on a real problem and, therefore, to experience professional life for a day. Second, we are also inspired by the students' energizing and original ideas; it is an excellent way to challenge our vision."