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 Kent Business School at University Kent

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The business bunker radio show is pleased to partner with University Kent Business School . We will be bringing you information and insights from the business research undertaken at the university , we will be forging links with SME’s and the university and listing details of the various events, networking , meetings and the annual business summit .

You can read about the 2019 Summit & the report here Summit 2019

 Business Events 2019

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September 26th

Breaking Down Barriers – Achieve Professional Success
Kent Law School in association with Girlings Solicitors
Sibson Building Canterbury Campus 17:00 – 20:30

Event programme

17:00 – 17:30 Registration

17.30 – 17:50 Education: Karen Cox, Vice-Chancellor and President of the University of Kent

17:50 – 18:10 Law: Caroline Armitage, corporate lawyer, Girlings Solicitors

18:10 – 18:30 Construction: Rachel Sanders, Director Bo Concept Canterbury and Chartered Quantity Surveyor

18:30 – 18:45 Break 

18:45 – 19:10 Politics: TBC

19:10 – 19:30 Life Sciences: Stephanie Leon Quinonez, student entrepreneur, MSc Biotechnology and Bio-Engineering

19:30 – 19:50 Creative sector: TBC

19:50 – 20:30 Networking

The event is FREE but spaces are limited so please register in time. We look forward to welcoming you to the Gulbenkian Theatre on Thursday 26 September from 17:00 hrs onwards.

Register here.

Event website

16th October

Entrepreneurship in the era of digital transformation
Dockyard Church Medway Campus
TBC

Kent Business Summit 2019

The summary report of the 2019 Kent Business Summit, which took place at Kent Business School on Friday the 11th of January this year, is now available online.The report consists of summaries of the 15 round table discussions, which took place around four umbrella themes: Kent Transport Infrastructure, the Garden of England, Productivity & Innovation and Skills Development. Each group identified priority areas for their respective topic and suggested actions to be followed up in the year leading up to the next summit. The report captures the voice of stakeholders in the County and will hopefully be a starting point for further discussion in the months to come. To this end, we have created a Kent Business Summit LinkedIn group – we hope you will become a member, too!I hope you are happy with the way we captured the discussion and outcomes in your respective round table discussion, and I wanted to thank you once again for your time invested in the summit.A video of the day can be viewed on KBS’s newly updated business webpages.