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Three Indian Students In International Trade Challenge Competition

The annual competition recognises student-run businesses that best exhibit the principles of global connectivity

FedEx Express, a subsidiary of FedEx Corp and the international express transportation company, together with tGELF/JA, announced the three winning teams at the second FedEx/JA International Trade Challenge India National Competition. The annual competition recognises student-run businesses that best exhibit the principles of global connectivity, with selected teams moving on to compete at the APAC (Asia Pacific) level.

Over a period of five months, the phased competition featured a series of virtual workshops attracting more than 450 students from 33 schools across India. The workshops included interactive learning sessions, inspirational talks, and mentoring from FedEx, tGELF/JA India and industry experts on key concepts of building market entry strategies and global trade.   

The three student teams identified to represent India in the Asia Pacific FedEx/JA International Trade Challenge Competition later this year are Shiv Nadar School, Gurgaon, The Shri Ram School Aravali, Gurgaon, and Padma Seshadri Bala Bhavan Sr Secondary School, Chennai. To foster cross-cultural collaboration at the APAC competition, the Indian students will be re-grouped into new teams comprising of participants from more than 10 Asia Pacific member nations. This change in team structure gives students a dynamic platform to share experiences with participants from other locations, gain global perspectives and encourages collaborative thinking.


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