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Faculty of Business and Law wrote: FinTech guest lecture series
We recently ran a series of guest lectures from experts in the FinTech and Financial Services industry for our MSc FinTech students. MSc FinTech is a course that equips students to address the pervasive impact of disruptive financial technologies. T (More)
Faculty of Business and Law wrote: Empowering refugee entrepreneurs
Blog from Berrbizne Urzelai, Team coach- Senior Lecturer, UWE Bristol and Scarlett Hagger, Project Support Officer, West of England Combined Authority. On 16 March UWE Bristol hosted a Social Impact Hackathon - a start-up brainstorming event wher (More)
Guest blog by Karl Brown FRSA, UWE Bristol Law alum and Faculty Advisory Board member. I am a Commercial Property Partner in the Bristol office of national law firm Clarke Willmott LLP. I am proud to not only be Bristol born and bred but also ver (More)
As one year comes to an end and another begins, we take a look back on 2021 to share some of the highlights from Bristol Leadership & Change Centre and the interesting projects members have been involved with. Research Highlights Professor (More)
Reposted with permission from the Advance HE blog, 16/12/2021 Over the past two months, as part of our scoping study for the Advance HE Leadership Survey, we have run 11 two-hour online roundtables on the nature and purpose(s) of leaders (More)
Faculty of Business and Law wrote: BBS | BLS Online Christmas Fair 2021
Welcome to the 2021 Bristol Business School | Bristol Law School online Christmas fair. After the success of our virtual fair last year, we have decided to keep up the tradition and encourage everyone to shop small and local. Luckily, this year w (More)
UWE Bristol has announced the expansion of their delivery of the Small Business Charter accredited government-backed Help to Grow: Management programme, which includes 50 hours of in-depth training, 1:1 business mentoring, and the opportunity to gro (More)
A vertical farming system, set up on Frenchay campus using aeroponic technology to grow and supply micro herbs and baby leaf plants, is the first of its kind to be located at a UK university. The system is being used by student venture Greener Green (More)
Dr Greyling Viljoen and Dr Prisciplla Matuare (Women’s University in Africa), supported remotely by Professor Peter Case, recently delivered a two-day face-to-face training workshop (18-19 August 2021) for nineteen Zimbabwe healthcare professional (More)
True, the image that business schools have gained in the latter years is one of elitist and expensive institutions that train greedy executives and insatiable business people whose drive for profit has not only created an unequal world but also deri (More)
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