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Cross Value Innovative- Case Study by Panasonic India in collaboration with IIM Ahmedabad kicks off
The recently launched 'Cross Value Innovative- Case Study by Panasonic India in collaboration with IIM Ahmedabad has kicked off on a successful note with 800 applications from prestigious 25 B-schools in the country.
The competition focuses on encouraging students to develop solutions to cater to the increasing demand of Lithium-Ion in smaller applications. This mega event has been organized to encourage students to develop critical thinking skills and produce efficient solutions for the market expectations across industries.

The competition will unfold in three interesting rounds and the teams will be a mix of candidates irrespective of their college or year of study. In the final round, the top 5 teams will present their case studies to Panasonic India, and after a competitive round of evaluation the winner will be declared.

Expressing his views on the new initiative, Manish Sharma, Managing Director-Panasonic India & South Asia said in statement, "Panasonic's collaboration with IIM Ahmedabad in this initiative will give an opportunity to the young minds to develop their insights about the industry requirements. We at Panasonic value innovation and desire the engagement of more minds in creating new high- tech solutions. We have received a positive response from the top 25 B schools across the nation and are looking forward to it with great hope to experience some great solutions."

The competition has received entries from renowned management colleges like IIT Delhi, XLRI Jamshedpur, MICA, IIM Calcutta, IIM Bangalore etc.

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