Latest news from Lancaster University Management School
Lancaster University franchise prize comes of age
A group of undergraduate students studying a module in franchising have been crowned this year’s winners of a prize sponsored by the Bardon Group for the 21st year running.
Mortgage free within 10 years: How one alumnus did it
Orall Cornelius, author of "Murder Your Mortgage in Seven Years", talks about how it all started in an Economics lecture at Lancaster.
Contenders battle in China UK Entrepreneurship Challenge
Teams from universities across the country arrived in Lancaster to battle it out in the semi-final of the 10th China UK Entrepreneurship Challenge.
New campaign to turn dreams of 'Industry 4.0' into regional productivity and profits
Ambitious visions of “Industry 4.0” need bringing back down to earth if businesses are going to commit to real change, argued industry leaders and academics at a LUMS roundtable event (12 July 2017).
LUMS alumna aims to celebrate black enterprise
Ronke Lawal works to promote the achievements of people like herself who were born in the UK, but whose heritage lies abroad.
Top Business leaders call on the UK to tackle productivity gap at the launch of ‘Be the Business’
A group of business leaders has called for businesses to engage with solving the UK’s poor productivity at the launch of ‘Be the Business’, citing the Productivity through People programme as an example.
New study reveals the hidden costs of large-scale commercial shipping in the Arctic
New research from Lancaster University and economic research consultancy firm Ecorys reveals the impact of a rise in commercial shipping in Arctic waters.
Lancaster MBA ranked 5th for entrepreneurship
The Lancaster MBA has been ranked 5th in the UK in the Financial Times Global MBA Rankings for Entrepreneurship - and 7th in Europe.
UK needs 10,000 new people to keep position in world film production says Work Foundation report
Research from Lancaster University’s Work Foundation for the British Film Institute (BFI) says the UK film industry needs more diversity to prevent a skills shortage.