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Salvador Torres crowned LUMS Placement Student of the Year 16/03/17

Salvador Torres crowned LUMS Placement Student of the Year

A Management and Entrepreneurship student has beaten five other finalists to be named the 2017 Placement Student of the Year.

Businesses must do more to take action on soil, says Lancaster sustainability expert 16/03/17

Businesses must do more to take action on soil, says Lancaster sustainability expert

Companies are unaware of the huge risks they face from soil degradation.

FCO leverages UK HE soft power 15/03/17

FCO leverages UK HE soft power

Dr Kim Kaivanto discusses how the FCO is using "the ground game" to open up new markets for UK industry. 

MSc Management alumni return to campus 14/03/17

MSc Management alumni return to campus

Four successful recent Lancaster MSc Management graduates returned to LUMS recently to share their experiences with the current students.

Cycling solution wins Smart Parks Hackathon
10/03/17

Cycling solution wins Smart Parks Hackathon

Students were invited to think outside the box to present solutions to a real business challenge at a recent Hackathon event.

Microsoft expert helps launch Lancashire Forum with masterclass 06/03/17

Microsoft expert helps launch Lancashire Forum with masterclass

Microsoft’s James Whittaker shared his expertise with Lancashire’s SMEs at the launch of the Lancashire Forum last week.

Lancaster Executive MBA ranked 21st in Europe 02/03/17

Lancaster Executive MBA ranked 21st in Europe

The QS Global EMBA rankings placed the Lancaster Executive MBA 21st in Europe

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Is the WTO one of Trump’s ‘big quagmire deals’? Here’s what’s at stake. 28/02/17

Is the WTO one of Trump’s ‘big quagmire deals’? Here’s what’s at stake.

Research by Maurizio Zanardi, Paola Conconi and colleagues is cited in this article in the Washington Post.

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What the increase in remote working means for SMEs 22/02/17

What the increase in remote working means for SMEs

As the Work Foundation reports that more than 50% of UK businesses could have flexible working practices in place by the end of the year, Geraint Johnes explains what this means for small businesses.

View the article on the Telegraph website