The role-play competition runs simultaneously with the sales management case competition so individual competitors may only compete in one event.
Team8 and NCSC 2019. Final competitor schedule will be released approximately October 1, or sooner if all 80 university role-play slots are filled.
Round 1A, and 1B– Needs Identification sales meeting based upon a lead developed from a web inquiry, Thursday (15 minutes).
The round 1 scenario will be released in May. Note: at the completion of each round, the updates for rounds 2, and 3 will also be available at this link.
Wild-Card Round WC-A and WC–B Needs Identification sales meeting(repeat of round 1 to the initial contact, Thursday (15 minutes)
Round 2 – Sales meeting to a second “Influencer” (20 minute) Round 3 – Sales meeting with a top U.S. “Decision Maker” (Friday 20 minutes)
Round two further defines the needs and the path to a commitment. Round 3 involves a technical decision. Click here for the judging metric for rounds 2 and 3.
Round 4 – Saturday (final facts handed to each finalist 20 minutes before their scheduled role-play time. This is a true “Closing” sales call. In this meeting, some general concepts of some foreign business culture may be necessary (20 minutes). The exact international flavor will be announced in May.
Click her for the judging metric for round 4
At the end of each round (Wild-card, round 2 and round 3), a document will be release which summarizes the facts, that should have been uncovered in that round. This will allow all competitors moving on to the next round to start from the exact same position.
- ICSC Champion – $2,500 student prize and a $1,000 honorarium to the faculty coach. The student will also receive a Tom James suit.
- 1st Runner-up – $1,000 student prize and a $500 honorarium to the faculty coach. In addition., the student will receive Tom James clothing.
- 2nd and 3rd Runner-up – Each student receives $500 and Tom James clothing. $250 honorarium to each faculty coach.
- Rookie of the Year – $250 to each competitor from the top scoring rookie school.
The Collegiate World Cup of Sale
The former ‘University Role-play Champion Cup is now replaced by the all around “World Cup” champion. The university with the highest total points for all events receives a permanent plaque, plus displays the ICSC Collegiate World Cup Trophy for the year. The new points system will be announced over the summer.