The Business School provides a programme of stimulating business related events throughout the year, open to students, alumni and regional, national and global business communities.
Date: Thursday 24th September 2015
Time: 6pm until 8pm
Venue: The Partners Room, Newcastle University Business School, Barrack Road, Newcastle Upon Tyne NE1 4SE
To find out more about the event and to register, please go to the CMI/WiM events page WiM event
Date: Last Monday of each month
Time: 11am to 1.00pm
Venue: Business School, Room 7.12
Are you an academic who would like to progress a Research Partnership or KTP?
If so come and find out more from Fiona McCusker, Business Development Manager for the Business School
Knowledge Transfer Partnerships (KTPs) are a great way for you to apply practical business situations to further your research, demonstrate impact and develop new teaching materials. A KTP links both to the REF and to teaching at both Post and Undergraduate level.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to make an appointment
Back for it's second year, International Women's Day 2016.
A date for your diary with more details to follow!
Date: Friday 4th March 2016
Time: to be confirmed
Venue: Newcastle University Business School, 5 Barrack Road, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE1 4SE
International Womens Day 2015 was a huge success, with over 90 attendees joining us at Newcastle University Business School. Over the morning we heard some iincredible stories of the journeys our speakers had been on. The Chartered Management Institute (CMI) also launched the North East Women in Management networking group as a part of their International Women's Day presentation. CMI WiM events page
CBI launched their first M-Club in 2012 and continue to hold M-Clubs across the UK. M-Clubs tackle the key factors that impact the growth of medium sized businesses (MSBs) and provide tools to help. In recent months M-Clubs have discussed, “how to access growth capital?”, “how to break into new markets?” and “what tools can you implement to attract and retain top talent?”
Due to the success of the events to date, we are launching a monthly programme of M-Club sessions held on the first Tuesday of each month at Newcastle University Business School, as well as venues South of the Region. They are based on themes of particular relevance to yourselves as medium sized businesses. Topics will be “narrow and deep” rather than broad discussions in order to increase the take away value from the session, we recognise you are taking valuable time out of your business to attend.
The format is a 2 hour event with a relevant short case study presentation and a chaired roundtable discussion.
Please go to www.cbi.org.uk or to register contact Ciara Stenning Ciara.Stenning@cbi.org.uk
Digital Debates is an established series of events organised by The Business School. During the events we discuss and debate topical issues related to Internet and related technologies. We typically organise 3-4 events a year.
In the past 4 years we have debated, among other topics, the opportunities and challenges of electronic marketing, the relationship between social media and the London riots, the impact on cloud computing, and the future of mobile technologies.
Our events, often organised in collaboration with local business associations, attract North-East practitioners who have an interest in digital technologies, offering a great opportunity for networking with a distinct character.
Why not join us in one of our future Digital Debates, sharing with us your passion about digital innovations? Simply email email@example.com and we will get back to you as soon as we have the details for the next Debate.
The Ethics Forum is a lively discussion forum, featuring prominent guest speakers, exploring how ethical issues impact on everyday business management and corporate policy.
The Newcastle University Business School Ethics Forum is a key player in the activities of the Newcastle Institute for Business Ethics (NIBE).
Events are open to business people, individuals and academics from the North East region and beyond, to bridge the gap between academic theory and organisational practice.
Working together and leveraging our networks, we want to provide an opportunity for businesses large and small, academics, professionals and representatives from the public and voluntary sectors to meet on neutral ground, query existing practice and put ethics at the centre of decision-making.
See our Events Calendar for all forthcoming events at the School