Procter & Gamble 2009 Prize for MDP 2
Procter & Gamble, one of the worlds most dynamic companies, reknowned for its innovative product technology, business approaches, leadership and vision, sponsored a prize for the best Decision Making group project and presentation in MDP 2 in the 2008-09 academic year.
The top MDP2 student teams had a great opportunity to present their ideas for potential businesses linked to the Glasgow Commonwealth Games to Procter and Gamble staff Kevin Feehan and Michelle Crossan (both Strathclyde Alumni) on 25th March, 2009.
Prizes were awarded to all three teams, but congratulations to the winners 12H 'Charisma Events', Peter Cameron, Ang Jingwen, Stephen Rutherdale, Jennifer Scahill, Wen Hao Teo and Kara Young. Congratulations also go to the runner up teams, Team 1A (Kirsty Anderson, Emi Anderson, Kirsty Bindon, Mihail Calinescu, and Lynne Dargie) and Team 11G (Rachel Black, Reza Ebrahimi, Natalie Nairn and Puja Poddar).
Today we heard three great ideas, all of which were unique in their positioning and value add. My immediate reaction was these 2nd year students are presenting and thinking at a level beyond their years. The presentations were engaging, insightful and convincing.
Michelle Crossan, UK Fine Fragrances Brand Manager
Team 12H - Winners
From left to right are Wen Hao Teo, Ang Jingwen, Peter Cameron, Kara Young, Kevin Feehan (P&G), Michelle Crossan (P&G), Stephen Rutherdale and Jennifer Scahill.
Team 1A - Runners Up
Team 1A consisted of Emi Anderson, Kirsty Anderson, Kirsty Bindon, Mihail Calinescu, and Lynne Dargie.
Team 11G - Runners Up
Team 11G consisted of Rachel Black, Reza Ebrahimi, Natalie Nairn and Puja Poddar.