Midwest Entrepreneurship Case Competition (MECC)

What is the Midwest Entrepreneurship Case Competition?

The Midwest Entrepreneurship Case Competition (MECC) was developed by academic business librarians representing multiple Midwest institutions. The competition began in 2015 as the Midwest Business Libraries Case Competition, which was an annual competition through the Parrish Library of Management and Economics and Purdue University.

Since then, the competition has grown and is open to any undergraduate student at a participating Midwest institution. The goal of the competition is to equip future entrepreneurs with robust information literacy skills, enabling them to make informed decisions in dynamic business environments.

How do I participate?

Register online by 12pm E.T. on February 9.


  • Registration Closes: February 9
  • Case Released: February 10
  • Video Submissions Due: February 17
  • Live Virtual Final Round: February 24

Previous Competition Details



What is a Case Competition?

Why do a Case Competition?

Where can I get help for this and other case competitions?

Roland G. Parrish Library of Management & Economics

This case competition is sponsored by:

SimplyAnalytics Logo