The Organising Committee of Aarhus Case Competition 2017 is proud to present QVARTZ as a Premium Partner for the 6th year in a row. Qvartz will be hosting Monday of the ACC week 2017.
QVARTZ is a management consulting company with Nordic roots and a global reach. Firmly rooted in the professional values of traditional strategy consulting, we represent a Nordic alternative to the establishment. We aspire to deliver results and build relationships in everything we do. Therefore, our business is built around people. Big people. Our civilisation counts 250 of the kind. From our Nordic base, with offices in Copenhagen, Stockholm and Oslo, we follow our clients around the world. Together, we tackle and solve critical business issues through rigorous analysis combined with the ability to engage and mobilise people and organisations
At QVARTZ, we hire both full time consultants, junior consultants and interns, and we are always on the lookout for dedicated and talented people. Learn more about your career opportunities with us at www.qvartz.com/career.
It is with great excitement and pride that Aarhus Case Competition for a sixth consecutive year is able to present QVARTZ as our Premium Partner. QVARTZ will once again host the first day of the programme of Aarhus Case Competition week 2017. On this day they will provide guidance on case solving, including: help, advices, tools and strategies useful within making you better at doing management consulting.
Why QVARTZ is participating in Aarhus Case Competition
“We, at QVARTZ, are humbled and proud to once again be part of Aarhus Case Competition in the role as Premium Partner. Aarhus Case Competition creates an inspiring and professional setting for students to engage in complex business issues and dilemmas. This has been proven again and again over the last five years, where we have had the honor of witnessing outstanding performances by the participants. With big expectations to ACC ’17, we are extremely excited for week 13 and strongly encourage talented students in the Nordics, who are up for a rewarding challenge, to apply for participation in Aarhus Case Competition 2017.” – Christian Sparrevohn