This innovative competition, sponsored by LMU's College of Business Administration, enables students at your HEI to persuasively apply ethical reasoning to practical issues and the moral imperative of sustainable development.

Teams choose their own business ethics case, which should relate to one of the 17 global United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) that focus on a wide range of social, environmental and economic issues. There are three elements to the competition, judged by executive panels with experience in corporate leadership, business ethics and sustainability:

  • 25-minute presentation outlining a solution that is acceptable legally, financially and ethically

  • 10-minute presentation focusing solely on the ethical component

  • 90-second presentation (elevator pitch) explaining the importance of the sustainability issue

The competition is open to both graduate and undergraduate teams, and undergraduate teams are encouraged to submit their research to Advances in Management & Ethics Research (AMER), the first undergraduate peer-reviewed journal launched by the partner of the organiser: The Center for Practice & Research in Management & Ethics at University of Detroit Mercy.

For more information about the competition, please email the organiser:

More information can be found at the website of the organiser here:

The organiser is offering an Early Bird Registration again this year! Register before December 31, 2020 for a 10% discount. Receive 10% off the regular registration price of $175 for one team and $300 for two or more teams! Until December 31, registration prices are:

  • One team - $157.50

  • Two or more teams - $270

Teams sponsorships are available for teams needing financial assistance. Please contact the organiser via for more information

Register here

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