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Economic pain from coronavirus could be “deep rooted” and “long lasting”

University of Brighton finance expert Dr Rob Hayward has warned the road to economic recovery will be bumpy, ahead of lockdown easing this Saturday. With pubs, cafes, restaurants, cinemas and museums among the establishments permitted to reopen (with restrictions) on 4 July, there is a chance for businesses to attempt to get back on track…

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Brighton graduate appointed car giant’s vice president

The Malaysia car company Proton has appointed a University of Brighton Business School graduate as its new Vice President of sales and marketing. Roslan Abdullah, who was awarded a BA(Hons) in Accounting and Finance in 1992, has also been named Chief Executive Officer of Proton Edar, Proton’s wholly owned subsidiary responsible for the distribution of…

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COVID-19 and UK tourism – Dr Nigel Jarvis

Dr Nigel Jarvis, a researcher and lecturer on our Tourism, Hospitality and Events undergraduate and postgraduate courses, talks about the impact of the coronavirus pandemic on the UK tourism industry, and the financial impact it will have.

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The long walk to fight COVID-19

A University of Brighton Business School graduate with cerebral palsy is helping COVID-19 victims by walking 270 miles – the equivalent of driving from Brighton to Liverpool – and he’s not finished yet. Hamish Patel is raising money to help buy hospital equipment for a small town in Zambia which has scant resources to fight…

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Not sure if you want to study Accounting and Finance?

Deciding which course to take? Trying to find out what sort of area to study around the Accounting and Finance BSc(Hons) degree? You might find this post handy. The course I chose to study got exemption from ACCA, CIMA, CIPFA, AIA and ICEAW. They might sound scary to you but they are a bunch of…

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Kickstarting tourism in Kenya after Covid-19

Brighton Business School has joined forces with the Sustainable Travel and Tourism Agenda (STTA) – Kenya to support small and medium sized businesses (SMEs) hit by the pandemic. With tourism badly hit by coronavirus, the project aims to help SMEs reignite the sector in a sustainable way, with research taking place to assess best practices…

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