Brighton Business School

Inspiring journeys to work

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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The Startup Cruise Report: Back in Home Harbour

The Startups begin their journey… The first Startup Cruise has arrived back in Newhaven with the Business School’s Paul Levy on board. Paul co-designed and facilitated this event, accompany over 40 startup business from Newhaven across the sea to Dieppe where they were joined by nearly 100 French startups who climbed aboard, after some refreshments,…

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Keep sane whilst revising and have regular breaks

When the pressure’s on keep sane – assignment & revision tips

I know we’ve all been chipping away at assignments and projects since October, but we’re finally on the last stretch before we go off gallivanting over the summer break, whether that be a nice exotic holiday or diving straight into the reality of post-graduation life, working that 9 to 5. But before we can think…

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Professor Marie-Benedicte Dembour Professor of Law and Anthropology

€2.5 million win for ground-breaking human rights research

Marie-Benedicte Dembour, Professor of Law and Anthropology at the Brighton Business School, has won a prestigious European Council (ERC) funding award worth €2.5 million. The research project will shed light on the way evidence is collected, submitted and used by international human rights courts and aims to provide insight for the future benefit of victims of…

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