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winning poster design - The price of Oranguatans Lives

Making friends and learning about CSR through the BBS Annual Poster Competition

First-year students recently took part in our annual BBS Poster Competition. The aim of the competition is to get students working together to create a presentation and poster on a theme within their first-semester topic, Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR).

Our 2017 poster competition invited submissions from all students from business management and marketing courses, with each group producing a poster based on Corporate Social Responsibility and Business. The winning group won £100 and group who came second were awarded £25.

Sustainability is a core value for the University of Brighton. We recognise the value and critical importance sustainability has for the future of our students, staff, partners and community.

This competition was specifically designed to help introduce students to this core value – encouraging them to understand and investigate how they can contribute whilst at University as part of their learning, and in their future workplace.

Elena Sturza, with Deputy Head of Teaching and Learning Julie Fowlie, collecting her certificate on behalf of her winning team.

Elena Sturza, with Deputy Head of Teaching and Learning Julie Fowlie, collecting her certificate on behalf of her winning team.

Within their first few weeks, students are asked to form groups in class, encouraging them to meet new people and broaden their circle of friends. They are then asked to pick a theme within CSR, draft a poster explaining their theme and present this back to a panel of judges.







This year’s winning poster “The Price of Orangutans Lives. Is Palm Oil Worth it?” investigates the ways that corporations could minimise the use of Palm oil, which appears in a wide range of food and cosmetic products as well as in manufacturing processes. The effect of the farming of Palm oil includes Indonesian deforestation, which destroys habitat and contributes to climate change – affecting the lives of Orangutans.

Feedback from the judges:

“We liked many of the posters, they all had original elements some with more, some with fewer references.”

“The energy and thinking students put into their posters this year was commendable.”

“All posters were very good so all students can be very proud of their achievement.”

The winning students and runners up are:

First Prize

Eloise Laskey Culley BSc (Hons) Business Management;
Nooran Ibrahim BSc (Hons) Business;
Elena Sturza BSc (Hons) Business;
Carl Kansinde Middleton BSc (Hons) Business Management;
Sofia Rose O’Neill BSc (Hons) Business Management;
Tamanna Yasmin BSc (Hons) Business.

Second Prize

Second place: Nike CSR Poster






Sebastian Khan BSc (Hons) Business Management;
Beatrix Ajentunmobi BSc (Hons) Business Management;
Yan Lui BSc (Hons) Business Management;
Hannah Tutt BSc (Hons) Business Management.

Highly commended

Highly commended poster no. 1

Victor Staykov BSc (Hons) Business Management;
Aishwarya Patel BSc (Hons) Business Management;
Katherine Watts BSc (Hons) Business Management;
Chan Xu BSc (Hons) Business.

Highly commended

Runner up poster no.2

Ellie Baines BSc (Hons) Business with Finance;
Jordan Bedeau BSc (Hons) Business with Finance;
Brandon Greenwood BSc (Hons) Business with Finance;
Ryan Nicholls BSc (Hons) Business with Finance.

Highly commended

Runner up poster no.3

Sama Al-Zadjali BSc (Hons) Marketing;
Ethan Chance BSc (Hons) Marketing;
Nadeem Haddad BSc (Hons) Marketing;
Ellie Harris  BSc (Hons) Marketing

Highly commended

Runner up poster no.4

Gabriel Baho BSc (Hons) Marketing Management;
Ruben Forbes BSc (Hons) Marketing;
Alex Jurukov BSc (Hons) Marketing;
Antonio Marinelli BSc (Hons) Marketing Management;
Ciara O’Sullivan BSc (Hons) Marketing.

Highly commended

Runner up poster no.5

Christian Brier BSc (Hons) Business Management with Economics;
Owen Miller BSc (Hons) Business Management with Economics;
Afro Zunino BSc (Hons) Business Management with Economics;
Harrison Graham BSc (Hons) Business Management with Economics;
Mahdi Choudhury BSc (Hons) Business Management with Economics.

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Clare Prust • December 12, 2017

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