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Vice-Chancellor’s Awards Winners

This week the Vice-Chancellor’s Awards Dinner 2016 took place on campus, celebrating the excellence of individual staff members and recognising their outstanding contributions to the University. I am very happy to congratulate James McQuilken, a PhD student at Surrey Business School (SBS) working with Professor Gavin Hilson, who won the Vice-Chancellor’s Award in the Postgraduate Research […]


Highlights: Chartered Association of Business School Conference

The annual conference of the Chartered Association of Business Schools (CABS) took place on November 14-15, 2016 in London. Professor Andy Adcroft, Professor Steve Wood and Surrey Business School (SBS) Dean, Professor Ansgar Richter represented SBS at this important gathering. Two important topics dominated the programme and the conversations during the breaks. First, the internationalisation […]


New Surrey Business School Dean

Beginning in October, Professor Ansgar Richter has started his post as Dean of Surrey Business School. An organisation theorist by background, he has published widely on matters of strategy, organisation, and strategic human resources management. Professor Richter has held positions at EBS Business School in Germany and University of Liverpool Management School, where he was […]


CSEM launches Sustainability Research Day Series

On Tuesday 18th October, the Centre for Sustainable Enterprise Management (CSEM) hosted their first Research Day for the 2016-2017 academic year. The event was attended by academics from CSEM, the wider Surrey Business School, the School of Hospitality and Tourism Management, the University of Bedfordshire and Royal Holloway. Professor of Sustainability in Business, Graham Miller […]


Access to Business Funding Proves Success for SME’s

Moderator, Jim Sears, and panellists (above) Innovation has never been as important for business as it is today with challenges including slow economic growth, technology advances, globalisation and, more recently, Brexit.  In turn, governments are increasing looking to small-and-medium size companies (SME’s) to lead this charge for economic and job growth. The biggest challenge to […]


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