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2024 Supply Chain Challenge Winners Announced

MIT Supply Chain Management Master’s Program is thrilled to announce the outstanding success of the 2024 Supply Chain Challenge

Cambridge, MA – January 29, 2024 — MIT Supply Chain Management Master’s Program is thrilled to announce the outstanding success of the 2024 Supply Chain Challenge, showcasing the culmination of hard work and innovation by our talented students. The event celebrated not only the completion of capstone projects but also recognized exceptional achievements by presenting awards to the top-performing teams.

Congratulations to all participants for their dedication and impressive presentations!


1st Place: New Balance

  • Team: Beatris Huber, Douglas Tjokrosetio, Fan Gruener, Youssef Benlali Benabed

2nd Place: Tempur Sealy

  • Team: Kylie Ginsberg, Patrícia F. Laranjeiro de Andrade, Miguel A. Iturralde, Elizabeth Margaret Centurion Cancino, Diego Campos Durand

3rd Place: Found Energy

  • Team: Emilija Jakutyte, Eulalia Marsal Castan, Qindian Yao, Pablo Rocabado, Santiago Hernandez, Justin O.

4th Place: Verkada

  • Team: Prachi Robin Amar, Mariana Ramírez, Lili Zhang, Maria Lucchi

These winning teams demonstrated exceptional skills, creativity, and strategic thinking throughout the Supply Chain Challenge. Each project exemplified the dedication and expertise of the participants.

We extend our heartfelt congratulations to every student involved for contributing to the success of this year’s challenge! 👏

About the Supply Chain Challenge:

The Supply Chain Challenge is an annual event providing a platform for students to apply their knowledge and skills in real-world scenarios. Participants engage in rigorous projects, collaborating with industry partners to address complex supply chain issues.


About the MIT Supply Chain Management Master’s Program (MIT SCM)

Founded in 1998 by the MIT Center for Transportation & Logistics (MIT CTL), MIT SCM attracts a diverse group of talented and motivated students from across the globe. Students work directly with researchers and industry experts on complex and challenging problems in all aspects of supply chain management. MIT SCM students propel their classroom and laboratory learning straight into industry. They graduate from our programs as thought leaders ready to engage in an international, highly competitive marketplace.

About the MIT GLOBAL SCALE Network

MIT Global SCALE Network is a collaborative alliance of leading logistics centers around the world. It offers a unique and innovative master’s program in supply chain and logistics, preparing students to become leaders in the field.

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