The local rendition of CaseIT, the world’s premier MIS business case competition. Since 2018, PIVOT has welcomed over 400 competitors representing British Columbia’s various universities to compete in this rigorous and engaging competition.
Why Pivot 2022
Take on challenges
Test your abilities to further your problem-solving skills and compete against a pool of qualified teams.
Solve a real-life business problem with your team and further your understanding of the rapidly-growing BTM industry
Fine-tune Your Skills
With our sponsored workshops, competitors will have the opportunity to learn from industry professionals and refine their case competition skills.
“I came back to Pivot in 2020 mainly because I also competed in 2019, and it was an amazing experience. I also was hoping to test out the BTM knowledge I had gained in my MIS concentration in the last term.”
Expand your network
Network with recruiters from top consulting firms, rapidly-growing startups, data-analytics companies and more.
Ask questions and learn from successful business professionals who have been in your shoes.
In our interactive Fireside Chat, a panel of SFU alumni from the MIS industry share their experiences and provide tips for aspiring business professionals.
Opportunity to include your resume in the Pivot Competitor Resume Book sent to corporate recruiters.
Suprise! Cash prize!
In addition to presenting in front of a panel of industry professionals, Teams will be competing for a prize fund of up to $1400.
All competitors present at the final presentations will be considered in the raffle. In the case that the winner is not present during the raffle draw, a redraw will take place.
Team up and buckle up!
Frequently Asked Questions
- What documents do I need to apply?
Each competitor will be asked to upload their resume as part of their application process.
- Who is eligible to apply?
All undergraduate students in BC are eligible to apply.
- How long is the application going to take?
Application should take no longer than 5 minutes per competitor to fill out information and upload their resume.
- Who will be given priority in the application process?
Priority will be given to SFU students with a minimum of 45 credits (second academic year).
- Can teams come from different schools?
- Expectations of competitors
Competitors are expected to comply with the 'Pivot' 2022 Rules'. Failure to abide by the rules may result in disqualifications.
- How many teams will be competing?
25 teams will be competing in the competition.
- What are the types of awards I can win in Pivot 2022?
Cash prize (only for top 3 finalist teams), raffle, and audience awards (including Best Speaker)
- Where will Pivot competition weekend be hosted
SFU Burnaby Campus
- What is Hubilo?
Hubilo platform which allows competitors to navigate through breakout rooms with ease and replicates a similar in-person Pivot experience.
- Where can I find help for Hubilo?
Guide/Navigation videos will be provided prior to the event to help competitors familiarize themselves with the Hubilo platform.