In the midst of a pandemic recovery, JMUCC 2022 was a bold project led by Jeremy Abikhzir and Naomi Kixmöller-Gosley. Both were part of JMUCC for 2 years prior to starting their mandate. Having lived JMUCC both in-person in 2020 and the first ever online edition in 2021, they developed the experience and knowledge to lead JMUCC 2022 and to be as unique as it was.
As JMUCC 2021 took an end, JMUCC 2022 was set to be the in-person return of our competition to welcome back all our delegations in Montreal for one of the best weeks of their academic career.
However, JMUCC 2022 was reverted back online due to the pandemic. Nonetheless, the constant innovation that pushed us over the years, has made this 14th edition, one of a kind. Replicating the successes from our first online edition in 2021 and integrating the in-person components that made JMUCC unique for so long, JMUCC 2022 was truly one of a kind.
From more social activities, games, bounding, and networking events, the incredible experience our volunteers got to live in-person to the added online Q&A sessions, JMUCC 2022, despite being online, felt a little bit closer to an in-person experience for all stakeholders. This competition in the end, truly reflected our core pillar: Passion, Spirit and Dynamism and allowed everyone involved to build what we like to call #JMUCCShips.
Looking back at JMUCC 2022, the entire Organizing Committee can be proud of what was accomplished, by pushing their limits and making this competition a success once more for all involved.
Queen’s University, Smith School of Business
American University of Beirut
Erasmus University Rotterdam
York University, Schulich School of Business
University College Cork
National University of Singapore
University of Toronto, Rotman School of Management