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Date count run19 Mar 2021
Election rulesERS97 STV
Candidates running3
Available position1
Total ballots113
Valid votes113
Invalid votes0


Round Hin Tsang Anna Kuznetsova RON (Re-Open Nominations) Exhausted Surplus Threshold
1 20.00 92.00 1.00 0.00 35.50 56.50
Count of first choices. The initial quota is 56.50. Candidate Anna Kuznetsova has reached the threshold and is elected.

Winner is Anna Kuznetsova.

Number of vacancies: 1


Anna Kuznetsova
Hey, my name is Anna Kuznetsova and I’m running to be Business Society’s Competitions Vice President.

My experience as a First Year Executive of the society this year gave me a good background in organising events, reaching out to business professionals, and seeking out new opportunities. I worked with my team to launch new events such as the Non-Finance Orientation Day, Shark Tank Competition, and BizSoc Brunches, as well as recruited speakers for multiple events. My experience with establishing new events, leading projects and working with various teams make me a perfect candidate for Competitions Vice President.

Next year, I want to expand both UCL Business Society and the Competitions Division. My main goals are:

1. Expanding DECA
I want to develop the DECA competition by reaching out to big sponsors, leading more preparation sessions, and encouraging curious students from all courses to join the case study competition.

2. Adding more Competitions
With the success of the Shark Tank Competition, I want to further incorporate more exciting events into the Competition Division.

3. Encouraging Inclusivity
I want to market Business Society to students from all fields of study to encourage different specialities and talents to join our diverse events.
Hin Tsang
As a dedicated member of the society, I am determined to hold inclusive, engaging and enriching case competitions by serving as the Competitions Vice President. I participated in my first case competition in 2018 which involved starting a virtual company selling board games and pitching the idea to investors. This experience further motivated me to join an economics case study competition, where I led a team to write and present a report on the potential effects of rent control on the property market of Hong Kong. Being the first runner-up out of over 100 teams, I decided to apply my skills by interning at an exporter where I advised on the company’s digitalisation.

Here are my promises:

- One-on-one CV workshops for those who are not accepted to the DECA competition and a chance for them to reapply.

- Questionnaires given to participants in DECA and Shark Tank competitions to match them with like-minded individuals if they do not want to form a team themselves.

- Proactive outreach to increase the diversity of sponsors and networking opportunities for our competitions.

- Engaging socials (coffee breaks/dinner gatherings) before competitions to increase the bonding amongst participants and to allow informal networking with the judges.