Business Consultancy Projects Showcase 2022 (Online)

Business Consultancy Projects Showcase 2022 Online

  • 25 January 2022
  • 10:00 - 11:00
  • Portland Building, Portland Street, Portsmouth, PO1 3AH
  • FREE
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Celebrating the successful completion of the Business Consultancy Projects, and recognising the commitment of our local client organisations

Welcome to this year's Online Showcase event!

28 Projects, 105 Students, 28 Clients.

We are celebrating the successful completion of the Business Consultancy Projects by our students. We are also recognising the commitment of our local client organisations in providing projects to help our students develop important employability and life skills.

The Business Consultancy Projects involve small teams of final year students, from the Faculty of Business and Law, working with local organisations to investigate specific business challenges or opportunities and produce sustainable solutions.

If you're a local organisation and are thinking of applying to offer a Business Consultancy Project in October 2022 this is a unique opportunity to hear first-hand from those involved.

Come and join students, clients, and University staff in celebrating the success of this years’ Business Consultancy Projects. This event is open to all, so feel free to share the link.

Programme:

10:00 - 11:00 Hear from some of our students, clients, and our guest speaker Anne Stevens.

11:00 - 11:30 Informal networking (optional) online.

Anne Stevens (picture below) is an Entrepreneur in Residence with the Faculty of Business and Law. She is Council Director for Global Business Women Leaders, Global Chief Human Resources Officer, and European HR Executive with The Conference Board in Europe. She is a Board Mentor for Criticaleye and sits on several charity boards. She was previously a European director with IBM and a global vice president with Rio Tinto.

Anne has experience in markets such as the Americas, Australia, and Canada, where she led various strategies, plans, and practices to achieve sustainable growth. She also worked in emerging economies, like South Africa, Peru, Madagascar, and Mongolia.

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