The planning committee for the MBA Energy Club’s Emerging Markets Case Competition would like to thank the following sponsors:
The Duke MBA Energy Club serves to educate students and facilitate engagement in all aspects of the energy industry including energy basics, emerging technologies, energy finance, company profiles, and career tracks. The Duke MBA Energy Club also provides forums to discuss energy related issues by hosting thought leaders and company executives to speak at events like our annual Energy Conference. The club facilitates career opportunities and promotes Duke University and The Fuqua School of Business as a premier education institution for energy recruiters. For more information, please visit the the MBA Energy Club website.
The Duke University Energy Initiative is a university-wide interdisciplinary collaboration focused on advancing an accessible, affordable, reliable, and clean energy system. The Initiative reaches across business, engineering, environment, law, policy, and the arts and sciences to educate tomorrow’s energy innovators, develop new solutions through research, and improve energy decisions by engaging business and government leaders. The Energy Initiative is one of Duke’s signature interdisciplinary initiatives, a tangible expression of the university’s commitment to interdisciplinary approaches for bringing knowledge to the service of society.
The Nicholas School Energy Club (NSEC) educates Nicholas School students and the broader Duke community about energy issues and provides professional development opportunities through networking events, field trips, socials and conferences. We coordinate our activities with the Duke University Energy Initiative and our partner energy clubs at the Fuqua School of Business and the Sanford School of Public Policy.
The planning committee for the Energy in Emerging Markets Case Competition would also like to thank the following organizations for their roles in helping create our case and judge the competition:
Interested in Sponsorship?
Companies interested in sponsoring the 2016 Energy in Emerging Markets Case Competition should contact Paul Lee (Paul.Lee@duke.edu).