The OSB-Byblos Bank Case Competition is a semi-annual event part of the BUSS 248 workshop. Students should choose a company in the Traditional economy, set a comprehensive digital strategy, and formulate the implementation on all levels and exceed in it to win the competition. The winning team will be rewarded with a trip to a country where company visits will be made such as to Google, Facebook, Bloomberg, etc.
|Winners of Spring 2018-2019|
Mazen World – Tala El Hachache, Shaker Mardini, Myriam Bouri and Massa Almawlawi.
“One of those experiences that you truly won't ever forget! This year we had the chance to go to London. Google, Facebook, Amazon and Bloomberg were definitely really exciting to visit, but the highlight of the trip were all the memories that we made together throughout the whole journey. The ending was also exciting when we were told that we were going to go on MTV Lebanon to talk about this whole experience. I would like to thank Byblos Bank and OSB-AUB for this truly once in a lifetime opportunity and all the unforgettable memories" –Tala El Hachache, July 2019
|Winners of Fall 2018-2019|
Purple Rewards – Ahmad Orabi, Maria Kahale, Tarek El Chal, Sarah Chrabieh and Bassel Khaled.
“Byblos competition enabled us to unleash our capabilities and showcase the competitive edge of an OSB student. The hard working moments, the brain storming thoughts, and the excitement of winning were unforgettable. In Paris, we had the opportunity to visit Station F, Facebook and Google which were rich in experience and fun moments. "– Ahmad Orabi, January 2019
|||Winners of Spring 2017-2018|
Bi Takke – Tarek Tabaja, Pia Saghbini, Sarah El Khoury and Pierre Moubarak.
|Winners of Fall 2017-2018|
Carti & Cronos Teams – Ghida Dimachkieh, Mark El Helou, Ahmad Dhia Zitouni, Elijah Berbari, Hiba Abu Salbi, Majd Al Hassanieh, Maroun Ramia, Elissa Makhoul, Osama Harb and Karen Bouez.
|||Winners of Spring 2016-2017|
The Makers – Bassam Nahhas, Habib Abi Rjaily, Nadine Boustany, Saddam Boustany, Fouad Abou Al Hosn, Luna Idris, Lynn Itani, Nadwa Khatib and Sarah Antonios.