Join Professor Mark Smith, Grenoble Ecole de Management, for the talk ‘Couple mobility in societal context’.
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Bernard Fairman, Founder and Chairman of Foresight Group will speak on the topic of ‘Foresight: the rise, fall and then exponential rise of a financial services group’. Foresight is a leading, independent infrastructure and private equity investment firm that has an important relationship with the Nottingham area through the £40 million Foresight Nottingham Fund, based in the Creative Quarter.
Missing in action – women and digital enterprise in the UK is an exciting two day event, bringing together digital academics, female entrepreneurs and women who are working or interested in creative industries and digital enterprise.
The International Centre for Corporate Social Responsibility and Nottingham University Business School are proud to host a delegation from Ecuador, including representatives from national and local government, for this seminar.
The ICCSR and Nottingham University Business School are proud to host “Wellness in the Workplace” in partnership with Business in the Community (BitC). This event is an opportunity for businesses, non-profits, and academics to come together to promote progress on wellness strategies in business, to raise challenges, and to share new ideas with other organisations.
The International Centre for Corporate Social Responsibility and Nottingham University Business School are hosts for this seminar, part of a series on Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) and Small and Medium sized Enterprises (SMEs) in developing countries.
Institute for Science and Society seminar by Dr Robert Caruana, Associate Professor of Business Ethics, exploring corporate responsibility using discourse analysis. Followed by tea and coffee.
The Business Leaders Series welcomes high-profile business people to give a talk about a variety of business and management topics. Events are open to Business School and University alumni, students, and staff as well as visitors from business and industry.
The Travel Cultures Network presents ‘Exploring hospitality as welcome’, a guest lecture from Professor Paul Lynch, Edinburgh Napier University.