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Turning management on its head

John Timpson is Chairman of Timpson Ltd, one of Britain’s most iconic high street brands. The family-run company has seen more than its fair share of ups and downs in its 150 year history but with John and his son James Timpson at the helm, the business has blossomed in recent years and is now growing faster than ever before. /......more

Meet Carol Chen

Carol Chen is responsible for coordinating alumni activities in the Business School at the Ningbo China campus. Find out more about Carol and what she does. /.....more

Indian school inspired by innovative 'green' buildings at Jubilee Campus

An UK based entrepreneur has taken inspiration from the sustainable buildings at the Jubilee campus, where he successfully completed an MBA in 2009, to construct a new 'green' school in India. / .....more

Malaysia Business School reunites generations of alumni

Generations of Nottingham University Business School alumni living and working in Malaysia were reunited at an informal networking event held in Kuala Lumpur on March 1st /......more

Students preview a career in Consulting

A group of 20 undergraduate, MBA and MSc students recently had the opportunity to meet face to face with Business School alumni working as Consultants in the City of London. The event was organised by the School’s Postgraduate Careers Team to provide interested students with a realistic idea of what life as a Business Consultant is all about. /......more

Alumni Matters 2013: What Alumni Want

During the latter half of 2013, Nottingham University Business School participated in an international research survey called ‘Alumni Matters’ which examines what alumni want and expect from the relationship with their business school. /......more

The University of Nottingham goes to Romania
The inaugural meeting of Nottingham’s new Romanian alumni network was held at the Embassy restaurant in Bucharest on 18 December 2013. /......more
Student project is a life saver

Every 20 seconds a child dies from a water related disease. Dirty water kills more people every year than AIDS, malaria and tuberculosis combined. These stark and distressing realities prompted Nottingham University Business School undergraduate Matt Clements to initiate an entirely student led project to provide safe drinking water to communities where access is limited. /.....more

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