Ernst & Young 2010 Prize for MDP 3
Ernst & Young, one of the most successful professional services firms in the world, sponsored a prize for the best Business Ethics group project and presentation in MDP 3 in the 2009-10 academic year. The top three teams, selected from 461 students, gave their presentations at the Ernst & Young Glasgow Office on Wednesday 3 February 2010.
The first prize was awarded to team 7E for their report/presentation on Recommendation report for British Energy (EDF) in relation to ethical issues and sustainability. The winning team consisted of Natalie Nairn, Sara Park-Patterson, David Purse, Igor Pyrko, Donald Rae and Kirsty Steele.
The two runnners up were team 1B (Mihail Calinescu, Jianxiong Chen, Tianshu Liu, Pamela Muir, Fraser Russell and Charles Scullion) who presented on Ethical issues facing Diageo: binge drinking--Strategy and Implementation and team 3G (David Baird, Sarah Black, Victoria Carney and Stephen Rutherdale).
Blair Cruickshank from Ernst & Young commented that:
All presentations were of a very high standard, we are delighted to be involved with MDP and we value the importance of MDP in equipping students with the skills which we require in business.
Team 7E - Winners
From left to right Blair Cruickshank (EY), Linda Sloan (EY), Igor Pyrko, Sara Park-Patterson, David Purse, Claire Kyle (EY), Natalie Nairn, Louise Sloey (EY), Donald Rae and Kirsty Steele.
Team 1B - Runners Up
From left to right is Tianshu Liu, Jianxiong Chen, Pamela Muir, Fraser Russell, Charles Scullion and Mihail Calinescu.
Team 3G - Runners Up
From left to right Stephen Rutherdale, Victoria Carney, David Baird and Sarah Black.