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Alumnus Tanvir Ahmed recognised as the youngest 'commercially important person' in Bangladesh

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. This year, out of the 52...

15 July 2015Read More

Dr Pierrakis completes World Bank mission to Africa

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 . The Climate Innovation Centres aim to provide a country-driven approach to climate chance by...

08 July 2015Read More

Kingston University one of the top two universities for graduate start ups

According to data released by the Higher Education Statistics Agency, for the sixth year running Kingston is one of the top two universities in the country for graduate start-ups. Helping business-minded alumni get companies off the ground is an increasingly important service at a time when self-employment is becoming a career choice for growing numbers of those completing a degree. The...

08 July 2015Read More

Kingston Business School awarded prestigious Small Business Charter Award

Kingston Business School is pleased to announce we have been awarded the Silver Small Business Charter Award. This is the second consecutive year we have received an award from the ABS Small Business Charter Board. Professor Ron Tuninga, Pro Vice Chancellor, Enterprise and Dean, Faculty of Business and Law  was delighted by the news and said: 'This is a recognition of the excellent work that...

30 June 2015Read More

Debt Crisis, Greece and the Way Forward

As the Greek debt crisis debate continues, Kingston Business School's, Professor George Saridakis explains what could be the way forward. In 2007/8 the financial crisis that started in the USA hit the global market soon afterwards. Financial innovation, too much trust in the free-market system and judgement of the credit agencies ratings, as well as potential ethical lapses in financial sector,...

25 June 2015Read More

SMEs and VIPs meet at Kingston Business Expo

For the third year running, Kingston University hosted the Kingston Business Expo at Kingston Hill, organised by Kingston Chamber of Commerce. The Business School welcomed more than 400 visitors including Kingston and Surbiton’s newly appointed MP, James Berry, the leader of the Council Kevin Davis and MP for Richmond Park and North Kingston Zac Goldsmith, who had just the day before announced...

24 June 2015Read More

World Bank mission to Kenya and Ethiopia

Dr. Yannis Pierrakis has been invited to join a World Bank mission to Kenya and Ethiopia to assist 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 . The Climate Innovation Centres aim to provide a country-driven approach to climate chance by improving...

22 June 2015Read More

Kingston University hosts Business Breakfast on Financing Innovation and Growth of SMEs

On Tuesday 9 June Kingston University held a Business Breakfast on Financing innovation and Growth of SMEs at their Kingston Hill campus. The event targeted SMEs or start-ups interested in financing their innovation and growth. It provided an overview of different types of innovation within a company and an outline of all financial tools available for innovative enterprises such as Venture...

19 June 2015Read More

CMMU and Wall Street English host exchange students from Kingston Business School for consultancy project

Four outstanding masters’ students represented Kingston in Thailand as part of the universities exchange program with the College of Management, Mahidol University (CMMU). The business management masters students, Julie, Giampaolo, Lisa and Lauren, spent two intensive weeks in Bangkok carrying out primary and secondary research for their consultancy project. This project was supported by Wall...

02 June 2015Read More

SBRC PhD student recieves 'Outstanding Paper of 2014' award from IJEBR

Congratulations to Eva Kasperova, on the publication of her paper “Embodying entrepreneurial identity” in International Journal of Entrepreneurial Behavior & Research (IJEBR) which has been selected by the journal’s editorial team as the Outstanding Paper of 2014. IJEBR is the official journal of the Institute of Small Business and Entrepreneurship’s(ISBE), the UK’s leading research...

21 May 2015Read More

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