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“Land That Job”

This is going to be another event that we are organizing for the upcoming Enterprise Week. It’s co-organized with our Business School but is open to students of any degree and discipline. This year is going to be the second … Read More »

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Local Business Awards

As I’ve written again recently, the Global Enterprise Week is just a week away. At the moment, we are very busy planning a range of events to take place that week. One of them is the so-called “Enterprising Roehampton Awards” … Read More »

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How to survive a restructuring

Several UK higher education institutions are currently going through some sort of restructuring, either to improve their efficiency and services to the outside world, or to cope with the cuts in funding due to the recent recession, or both. These … Read More »

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Creative Futures for organizations and students

A few months ago, my institution was awarded a major grant to develop a range of free courses which would upskill employees in the creative industries, helping them to recession-proof their career. The grant is for two years and the … Read More »

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Four reasons why students should take part in competitions

Although I’m specifically promoting entrepreneurship competitions to students, I am a firm believer in that participation in student-focused competitions is a great idea for the following reasons:

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“Excellence in Customer Service” training

Yesterday I attended a full-day training session on “Achieving Excellence in Customer Service”. This is a very up-to-date topic, especially since there is the general tendency to consider everyone we deal with as customers: in our industry our customers would … Read More »

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Full Economic Costing

The other day I talked about bid writing being a part of my job. So a big part of this part of my job is to estimate the cost of a project and to accurately break it down in paper. … Read More »

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