“This is a truly unique event, bringing together students from the finest business schools in the world.  For me, it was a terrific opportunity to meet this next generation of global business leadership. They make me very optimistic about the future.”

Alex Gorsky, Chairman & Chief Executive Officer – Johnson & Johnson

“It was exciting and a great chance to interact with an outstanding group of students. I was particularly hit by how the diversity of background and motivations came together, cemented by the common commitment to excellence. The mix of mingling and competing created an environment ideal for connecting.”

Antonio Belloni, Managing Director for LVMH


“In 2015 Moet Hennessy sponsored Odyssey’s dinner and also facilitated its sales & marketing competition using Moet Ice Impérial as a case study. It was great meeting so many students from the top business schools around the world in one place. We liked the insights, creativity and spontaneity of the students, which also helped develop some ideas for our product’s marketing.” – Thomas Bouleuc, Vice President Moet & Chandon, Moet Hennessy USA


“MBA Odyssey was a case competition unlike any other. The multi-disciplinary format tested a more holistic skill set. For our Sales Pitch we presented some well thought out analytics while simultaneously acting out a completely over the top commercial for champagne. The head of Moet & Chandon recommended we keep our day jobs. A lot of great lessons learned, friends and connections made, and frankly it was just plain fun.”

Eric Sparks, Tuck School of Business, Winner of 7th Annual Odyssey 2015

Jeremy Miller, Winning entrepreneurial pitch and venture backed startup:

“In 2010, we participated in Odyssey and won the entrepreneurial round. Odyssey helped validate our business idea after winning, especially given the support and enthusiasm we received from the judges and other students, alike. Shortly after, we launched FSAstore.com and the rest is history. I remember Odyssey fondly and can say entrepreneurs can go from there to launching if they believe in their idea enough.” (Jeremy Miller, Founder & President, FSAstore.com – New York).”

Bjoem Koertner, student from London Business School, Odyssey 2009