Creating a resilient economy post Covid-19

By Professor John Bryson Department of Strategy and International Business, University of Birmingham How did we get ourselves into this crisis? The answer is simple – by not learning from the past. The Covid-19 pandemic is still very much with us. Perhaps this is not the time to consider a return to the economy and … Continue reading “Creating a resilient economy post Covid-19”

Providing inclusive business support in disadvantaged areas

Ahead of tomorrow’s 21st Annual Ethnic Minority Business Conference, the most important event in the calendar for disseminating policy and research on ethnic minority firms, Professor Monder Ram and project partners write for Birmingham Business School Blog on a recent project aimed at supporting entrepreneurs in disadvantaged areas. For the last six months Mosese Dakunivosa … Continue reading “Providing inclusive business support in disadvantaged areas”

Birmingham Business School hosts CABS Annual Research Conference

By Isabelle Szmigin, Deputy Dean of Birmingham Business School and Director of Research and Knowledge Transfer On March 29th academics from Business Schools throughout the UK came together for the Annual Research Conference of the Chartered Association of Business Schools. This year the Birmingham Business School hosted the conference in our new Alan Walters building. Following … Continue reading “Birmingham Business School hosts CABS Annual Research Conference”