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Kingston Business School Students win National Competition and large cash prize from Hyundai

Kingston University students came out on top, winning best company and the Hyundai prize at this year’s Young Enterprise Start-Up programme. Kingston students, along with approximately 300 other companies, pitched their business under a Concorde in an airplane hangar in Manchester’s Concorde Conference Centre. Team DEtour and Beebra were recognised as the best in the UK, winning the top prizes....

20 May 2015Read More

Kingston Business School internationally recognised for ethics and sustainability

Kingston Business School has recently gained membership to the United Nations Principles for Responsible Management Education initiative (PRME).To gain PRME accreditation, the Business School had to demonstrate a commitment to responsible management education by implementing changes within their operations, curriculum and research, and report regularly on their progress. They must also publicly...

18 May 2015Read More

SBRC receives University Research Centre of Excellence status

Professor Robert Blackburn, the Director of the Small Business Research Centre, is delighted to announce that the University has conferred the status of the SBRC as a University Research Centre of Excellence. The SBRC is one of the five currently recognised centres in the University and one of the leading groups in the world in the field of small business and entrepreneurship. The Centre...

15 May 2015Read More

Marketing PhD student publishes in a prestigious edited book on services marketing

Marketing PhD student Benedetta Crisafulli at Kingston Business School recently published a book chapter entitled ‘Customer responses to service failure and recovery experiences’ in a prestigious edited book on services marketing, following invitation by the editors*.  Benedetta co-authored the chapter with her PhD supervisor Dr Jaywant Singh. The book chapter encapsulates, for the...

15 May 2015Read More

Great creative work presented at showcase

First of its kind marketing showcase deemed a great success On Tuesday 24 March, the lobby of the Kingston University Business School transformed into a lively, carnival themed affair to hold its first ever Marketing Degree Show. During this event, final year undergraduate students showcased their creative talents to a number of industry professionals and Kingston University faculty, who voted on...

23 April 2015Read More

Doing business with China: Workshop comes to Kingston Business School

Evidence shows that collaboration with leading business schools boosts business performance and knowledge transfer in small and medium-sized businesses. Zhejiang University and Kingston Business School have come together under their recently created Global Entrepreneurship Research Centre (GEDC) to offer business owners and managers a unique workshop on doing business with China. The day workshop...

02 April 2015Read More

Goats, makeup and business plans: students demonstrate creativity and enterprise at the UBC

Goats, makeup and business plans:students demonstrate creativity and enterprise at the Universities Business Challenge A team of Kingston Business School students had the chance to showcase their creativity and business nous earlier this month at the Universities Business Challenge (UBC) semi-final. The UBC sees teams of tertiary students from around the UK given the opportunity to put their...

31 March 2015Read More

Student-led Kingston i-Lab launched to promote collaborative and creative learning

An innovative new ideas hub dubbed ‘Kingston i-Lab’ has been launched at Kingston Business School which aims to provide a collaborative and creative learning space for the incubation of new ideas on management – specifically change and leadership. Around 25 students from the Leadership, Change and Consultancy module in the International Business Management masters worked on the project from idea...

26 March 2015Read More

The Greek Debt Crisis - what is the problem?

As the debt crisis debate between Germany and Greece dominates the headlines, Dr Kostantinos Pitsakis, Kingston Business School's Senior Lecturer in Strategic Management and Strategy, Marketing and Innovation shares his thoughts on why he believes the Greek problem is infact cultural. Two figures are important when one looks at the Greek crisis of the past five years. One is the amount of exports...

20 March 2015Read More

British Council selects Kingston Business School to provide executive training to Colombian investors

Kingston Business School has been selected by the British Council to provide Executive Training in Innovation Finance to a group of investors from Colombia. With a focus on strengthening government institutions, investors and financing vehicles to support early stage entrepreneurs, iNNpulsa and the British Council issued an open tender for interesting parties to provide executive training ...

05 March 2015Read More

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