BBEC Sales Competition Winners AnnouncedNov. 9, 2020
Baylor’s Center for Professional Selling is excited to announce the winners for the Baylor Business Ethics Competition (BBEC), a ProSales program-specific competition designed to challenge ProSales students with ethical dilemmas evident in real sales organizations.
The ProSales BBEC engaged 76 students on 19 teams who developed proactive plans to consider a job offer with Google (Alphabet) in a role that involves selling Google Duplex, a product with important ethical considerations. The winners for this year’s BBEC include:
1. Clay Almond, Beth Gosnell, Ashton Kresta & Jacob Wassell
2. Whitney Johnson, Erica Ginaven, Gavin Hartoonian & Marco Rodriguez
3. Victoria Whitworth, Hunter Larson, Garrett Starks & Riley Walton
2020 BBEC WINNERS
Top individual speakers were Erica Ginaven, Maddie McKenzie, and Jacob Wassell, who were chosen by their room judges. Participants competed in three rooms with four-five judges per room, comprised of thirteen business executives and three Baylor faculty and staff.
"BBEC presented an interesting case in an industry that I was not familiar with. However, after working with my great teammates, we were able to present a solution that would mitigate ethical risks from the start and address the ethical concerns as they came to light. I am always thankful to have the opportunity to compete in the Center for Professional Selling’s competitions!” shared Jacob Wassell, a member of the 1st place team and one of the top presenters of the day.
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.