BBEC Finalists AnnouncedNov. 9, 2017
Baylor’s Center for Professional Selling is excited to announce the finalists for the Baylor Business Ethics Competition (BBEC) competition, a ProSales program-specific competition designed to give ProSales students experience with challenging ethical dilemmas in and around the sales process. The ProSales BBEC engaged 64 students on 6 teams of 4 who addressed ethical issues within the Indian Pharmaceutical industry. This year’s top BBEC finishers include:
Chad Brown, Tyler Skelton, Ryan Snitzer, Paige Taylor
Melanie Moore, Bradley Baniewicz, Madison Floyd, Megan Bain
Daevin Garcia, Abbi Armstrong, Megan Macaulay, Jake Regan
Natalie Goodwin, Macey Prince, Colby Goldberg, Collin Causey
Participants competed in three rooms with four judges per room. Nine business executives and three faculty served as judges for these team-based presentations.
Top individual speakers were Colby Goldberg, Reed Mitteness, and Lauren Rosen, as of their room judges unanimously selected these speakers as the top speaker from their teams.
“This BBEC competition challenges our Professional Selling students to address key ethical issues as part of students’ overall development,” said Dr. Andrea Dixon, executive director of the Center for Professional Selling. “We are grateful that Baylor prioritizes ethics as a key area of student development.” Cash prizes are awarded to the top four teams.
About the Center for Professional Selling
Dedicated to excellence in sales education and based in the university's Hankamer School of Business, the Center for Professional Selling is recognized as one of the premier global information resources for the sales profession. For more information on the Center for Professional Selling, visit https://www.baylor.edu/business/selling.