Brighton Business School

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Could your business benefit from a funded graduate intern?

STEP-UP is a new innovative internship and training programme for local SMEs for 2020-2021 where you can access talented graduates to help you grow your business through fully-funded six-week graduate internships. During the FREE programme, you will benefit from peer to peer problem-solving sessions, expert-led masterclasses and opportunities to build further relationships with Brighton and…

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The ability to lead and to sell

Each year, Brighton Business School holds two award ceremonies for students, to recognise them for their achievements during their course. These prizes are sponsored by industry, and this year, we’re delighted to announce that MTD Training sponsored two awards for 2020/21. Due to COVID-19 we were unable to present the prizes physically, so we will be…

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Brighton professor devises cryptocurrency rating system

A rating system to help investors find the most profitable cryptocurrency is about to be launched following breakthrough research by a University of Brighton professor. ‘The Bridge’ was devised by Professor Andros Gregoriou, Professor of Finance at the University’s Brighton Business School, be applied to over 5,000 cryptocurrencies to identify the most profitable ones for…

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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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Hotel of Excellence project

The university’s hospitality, tourism, events and business management students will have the opportunity to take part in an exciting new project as part of their studies. The Hotel of Excellence Project is a collaboration between the council, the university and the View hotel in Eastbourne. The project will provide opportunities for undergraduate and postgraduate students….

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Developing Professional Practice in Business

Student teams help local business and community – new project teams are now available so get in touch

Dear Partners, Here at the University of Brighton, the Brighton Business School will have a large number of student research/business project teams available to work on local projects (in and near to Brighton and Hove) from November 2019 to March 2020. ‘Developing Professional Practice in Business’ provides teams of 5 students to work with you…

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MSc Logistics and Supply Chain spring visit to Liz Earle

Each spring the MSc Logistics and Supply Chain students go on a field trip to industry to witness first hand some of the challenges organisations encounter in bringing their products to market. This time the students visited Liz Earle, a natural beauty products company located on the Isle of Wight. A short boat ride off…

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Zoe Swan on the panel at Legal Cheek conference

Putting wellbeing at the heart of legal education

Zoe Swan, Senior Lecturer in Law and Undergraduate Law Courses Leader at the University, and certified Health and Wellness Coach launched the ground-breaking wellbeing and resilience workshops for first-year undergraduate students earlier this academic year. Thought to be the first timetabled taught content of its kind on law degrees in the UK the classes consist…

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Damian Bates Edwards Vacuum

Guest lecture from Damian Bates, Supply Chain Optimisation Manager of Edwards Vacuum

Students on the course are frequently exposed to the supply chain challenges of the B2C marketplace via case studies and industrial visits, e.g. an Amazon case study and a recent visit to Liz Earle – naturally active skincare, so it was an interesting change to welcome guest lecturer Damian Bates, Supply Chain Optimisation Manager, Edwards…

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SAP Frank Omare at Brighton Business School

Make a difference: Make your business purpose-driven

Frank Omare challenged the assembled body of students, academics and visitors to change our mindset and embrace ‘procurement with purpose’. Organisations have a duty to ensure their supply chains are ethical and sustainable, the business case is strong and new technologies are rapidly increasing transparency and visibility all along the chain. ‘Procurement with purpose is…

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