Our Vision

Connect people to advance missional business in unreached nations.

Our Mission

Create a missional network among students and recent graduates, connect them with kingdom business professionals and encourage them to explore international careers.

 

 

2018 Winners

 Finalists and Judges at Believers in Business Conference in NYC

Finalists and Judges at Believers in Business Conference in NYC

 1st Place Team   “Sal Et Lux” from Northwestern Kellogg MBA: Ian Pu, Linda Zheng, Stephanie Lio, Zach Disbrow

1st Place Team “Sal Et Lux” from Northwestern Kellogg MBA: Ian Pu, Linda Zheng, Stephanie Lio, Zach Disbrow

 2nd Place Team “OGHG” from Berkeley Haas MBA: Arion Blas, Claudia Luck, Johna Seo, Laura Andersen

2nd Place Team “OGHG” from Berkeley Haas MBA: Arion Blas, Claudia Luck, Johna Seo, Laura Andersen

 3rd Place Team “Team Wave” from NYU Stern MBA: Gregory Louis, Makini Hughes, Shante Frazier with judge Jeremy Showalter

3rd Place Team “Team Wave” from NYU Stern MBA: Gregory Louis, Makini Hughes, Shante Frazier with judge Jeremy Showalter

 

 

2017 Winners

 Finalists on stage at Believers In Business Conference

Finalists on stage at Believers In Business Conference

 1st place team "Fantastic Four" from Kellogg: Sunny Hwang, Lily Eom, Ted Weiber & Jenny Cheng

1st place team "Fantastic Four" from Kellogg: Sunny Hwang, Lily Eom, Ted Weiber & Jenny Cheng

 2nd place team "Tower Consulting" from UT Austin: Lisa Feng, Lucia Hua & Mickey Li with Advisor & Final Judge Mr. Mats Tunehag

2nd place team "Tower Consulting" from UT Austin: Lisa Feng, Lucia Hua & Mickey Li with Advisor & Final Judge Mr. Mats Tunehag

 3rd place team "Reach" from Booth: Liz Dong, Min Yue, Chrissy Ha & Sean Park with Advisor & Final Judge Prof. Steve Rundle

3rd place team "Reach" from Booth: Liz Dong, Min Yue, Chrissy Ha & Sean Park with Advisor & Final Judge Prof. Steve Rundle

 

 
Business school students encounter a variety of case competition opportunities. However, I am aware of none but the GLS competition that offers students the chance to advise a business-as-mission organization that is working to advance the Gospel by building a vibrant for-profit business with the goal of impacting employees, customers and communities. Participating in this competition was an unexpected blessing and a unique challenge, and one that will forever be a highlight of my MBA studies.
— Ted Wieber, Kellogg ’17, member of first place winner team
 
The GLS business competition is a great opportunity for early-career business professionals to get introduced to Business as Mission while also gaining practical consulting experience. I look forward to promoting this contest again next year.
— Steve Rundle, Ph.D., Professor of Economics & International Business, Biola University Crowell School of Business; co-author of Great Commission Companies (IVP 2011); Advisor & Final Judge 2017 & 2018
 
The GLS Business Case Competition is a great initiative to engage young entrepreneurs and professionals to understand and pursue Business as Mission.
— Mats Tunehag, Chairman, BAM Global; Advisor & Final Judge 2017
 
I thoroughly enjoyed being a part of the business case competition and it was an honor to have our company selected. Though it was significantly more work than I had planned, it was well worth it. The competition helped us look at an area of our business that needed great attention, wisdom and discernment. Having a professional writer write the case study was wonderful. It is great to have the history and present situation of our company in writing and done so well. Your staff was wonderful to work with and I believe the next case competition will be a great blessing to another BAM company.
— Co-founder of the 2017 case client company who has served in Asia for 15 years