Rolls-Royce Director to visit Lancaster to help improve productivity of region’s businesses 01/11/17

Rolls-Royce Director to visit Lancaster to help improve productivity of region’s businesses

The Global Director of Manufacturing for Rolls-Royce is coming to Lancaster this month to address burning questions from North West business leaders about productivity within the manufacturing and engineering industry

Students to benefit from new £5k Scholarship 16/10/17

Students to benefit from new £5k Scholarship

Students at Lancaster University Management School can benefit from a new ‘Fitch Scholarship’ and placement after Fitch Ratings, a global leader in credit ratings and research, generously donated to its undergraduate programme.  

Sir Roland Smith CEO Lecture 2017: Antony Burgmans 12/10/17

Sir Roland Smith CEO Lecture 2017: Antony Burgmans

‘We live in mad times’ was a statement both challenged and reinforced by Antony Burgmans at this year’s Professor Sir Roland Smith CEO Lecture, ‘Leadership in Turbulent Times’. 

SMEs offered sneak-peek at BAE Systems’ latest technology in productivity drive 20/09/17

SMEs offered sneak-peek at BAE Systems’ latest technology in productivity drive

North West manufacturing and engineering businesses have a unique opportunity to look inside BAE Systems’ state-of-the-art training centre later this month, to see how the latest technology and engineering could benefit their own organisations’ productivity.

Siemens UK CEO to help boost productivity of region’s SMEs 19/09/17

Siemens UK CEO to help boost productivity of region’s SMEs

The Chief Executive of one of the UK’s leading engineering companies is due to meet with business leaders from across the region this month in a bid to boost productivity levels across the manufacturing and engineering sectors.

Geraint Johnes comments on the rise of the "gig economy" 13/09/17

Geraint Johnes comments on the rise of the "gig economy"

Professor Geraint Johnes is quoted in the Guardian live business feed, explaining his observations on the rise of the "gig economy".

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