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  • As part of their assessment students on the International Business Management Masters course, are given live project briefs by companies to work on.  These are projects that the companies are actually actively working on themselves, therefore the students’ findings and suggestions could impact future actions taken by the company. This year, during 3rd and 4th September, 15 student teams presented their findings to company representatives who gave them constructive feedback.  Yannis Pierrakis, Senior Lecturer said, “The whole event very well.
  • As Greece heads for its early elections, Kingston Business School's, Professor George Saridakis explains what the following day could bring.
  • The Awarding Body at The Chartered Institute of Marketing (CIM) has commended Kingston University (Graduate Gateway) for the excellent performance of its students. This is in recognition of the excellent standard of results achieved for assessments that were submitted in March 2015 for the Digital Marketing Essentials unit of the CAM Digital Diplomas.
  • Tanvir Ahmed – young entrepreneur and Kingston Business School alumnus – has recently been named the youngest 'commercially important person' in Bangladesh for his contribution to the real estate company Sheltech (Pvt.) This recognition is given by the government to a handful of industrialists who have made significant contribution to the national economy of Bangladesh.
  • Dr. Yannis Pierrakis has just completed a mission organised by The World Bank to Kenya and Ethiopia to assist the Bank with the assessment of the Climate Innovation Centres  (CICs) established by The World Bank (infoDev), UKaid, Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and DANIDA Embassy of Denmark .

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