4flow challenge Hungary
Közzétéve: 2023.09.24.
Case study competition for students at Hungarian universities
In cooperation with MLBKT (Hungarian Association of Logistics, Purchasing and Inventory Management)
About to earn a bachelor’s or master’s degree, ideally with a concentration in supply chain or logistics? Looking for an opportunity to prove your knowledge about network optimization?
Show 4flow you’re a supply chain innovator, win cash prizes and gain insights in network optimization by working on a realistic case study!

  • Explore real-world challenges: Immerse yourself in the dynamic world of logistics and supply chain management. Get a taste of the challenges faced by businesses every day in optimizing their networks for maximum efficiency and cost-effectiveness.
  • Critical problem solving: Tackle complex problems head-on. Analyze data, identify bottlenecks, and create innovative strategies to optimize supply chains. Data-driven insights: Work with real data sets to make informed decisions. Develop skills in analyzing and interpreting data that are highly sought after in today's data-driven world.
  • Practical experience: Showcase your problem-solving abilities and your commitment to applying classroom knowledge to real-world challenges.
The competition will begin on October 2, 2023 when the case study task is announced. You will have until October 24, 2023 to submit your results.

Participation is open to teams of bachelor’s and master’s students studying at Hungarian universities, ideally with a concentration in supply chain or logistics. The best teams will be invited to the competition finals on November 16, 2023, at La Vida DUNA Rendezvényház in Budapest.

During the competition finals, participants will have the opportunity to network with experienced supply chain professionals onsite. You will also get a realistic impression of what it’s like to work at 4flow as a supply chain analyst and the opportunity to talk to experienced 4flowers about career opportunities, while networking with other students.
4flow challenge Hungary