Professor Malcolm Kirkup, Dean of Westminster Business School delivered his inaugural professorial talk for the University of Westminster's flagship event series Westminster Talks.

Richard West, Senior Lecturer at Westminster Business School, wrote an article for The Drum about the business aspects of Valentine’s Day.

On Monday 12 February, the ‘What it takes’ series invited Business Administration BA alumna and Executive Coach, Author Jenny Garrett to feature in the ‘What it takes to be a confident public speaker’ event.

David Coker, Lecturer in Finance in Westminster Business School, has been quoted by the i newspaper and Funds Europe on whether a drop in the value of bitcoin could mean that the crypto-bubble was starting to burst.

Westminster Business School has launched the Entrepreneurship Bursary Pilot Programme alongside the Mayor of London and Haringey Council supporting local entrepreneurs.

We are delighted to announce that Westminster Business School has successfully achieved Graduate Gateway university status with the Chartered Institute of Marketing (CIM) for the three specialist undergraduate marketing degrees - Marketing Management BA, International Marketing BA and Marketing Communications BA*.

Dr David Coker, Lecturer in Accounting, Finance and Governance at Westminster Business School and former Vice President of Global Risk Management at Deutsche Bank, wrote an article for iNews, which discusses Kodak’s newly-introduced cryptocurrency.

Westminster alumna Alina Abramovich takes up the position of Director of Marketing Communications at Swissôtel Krasnye Holmy, rated as one of Russia’s top 25 luxury hotels.

Dr David Coker, Lecturer in Accounting, Finance and Governance at Westminster Business School and former Vice President of Global Risk Management at Deutsche Bank, commented on the Bitcoin and ‘petro’ cryptocurrencies.

On Wednesday 6 December, the ‘What it takes’ series invited MBA alumnus and CEO of The Scout Association Matt Hyde to feature in the ‘What it takes to be an effective leader’ event.

On Tuesday 5 December, Westminster Business School students who have elected to study modules in energy economics and policy attended a series of presentations by expert speakers from the National Grid, the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS), Marks and Spencer and the Energy Storage Association.

The Professional Practice in Entrepreneurship (PPE) team has secured a £45,200 British Council grant for its international social innovation research project.

On Tuesday 14 November, the University of Westminster and the University of Rwanda celebrated 40 of their students being selected to collaborate on the Quintin Hogg Trust funded Social Enterprise Rwanda programme.

David Coker, Lecturer in Finance in Westminster Business School, has written a commentary article for The i newspaper about the future of bitcoin, which appeared in both the online and print versions of the paper.

University of Westminster alumnus Imran Ahmed was named 'Marketing Rising Star of The Year' at the inaugural Society of Sales Innovation event at the Crowne Plaza in Central London for his work helping small and social enterprises getting their message out.

The newly-redesigned MBA programme at Westminster Business School, aiming to deliver a uniquely board-focused experience, is shortlisted for the MBA Innovation Award by the Association of MBAs (AMBA).

Jennifer Wascak, who graduated from the University of Westminster’s MBA programme last year, is among the candidates shortlisted for the MBA Student of the Year Award by the Association of MBAs.

Dr Felicity Hardley, Senior Lecturer in Marketing and Business Strategy at Westminster Business School, was interviewed by The Times’s Raconteur’s Special Report on the Future of Franchising.

Westminster Business School Lecturer David Coker has been interviewed on Al Jazeera commenting on the latest report from The International Monetary Fund (IMF).

Westminster Business School Lecturer David Coker has introduced and distributed bitcoins to his students in order to introduce them to the cryptocurrency and keep them up to date with new financial technologies (Fintech).

Professor Vlatka Hlupic has been voted one of the world’s Most Influential International HR Thinkers in 2017 for the third consecutive year by HR magazine.

The event ‘What it Takes to be an Entrepreneur’ has kickstarted the new ‘What it takes’ event series which will feature successful Westminster alumni speakers each month to inspire students and recent graduates and give them the opportunity to network with each other.

The Global Research Network on Collective Action by Atypical and Precarious Workers was launched on Thursday 17 August in Santiago (Chile).

Dr Lorna Stevens, a Reader in Marketing at Westminster Business School has just had a paper accepted for publishing in the Journal of Retailing.

David Coker, Senior Lecturer in Accounting, Finance and Governance at the Westminster Business School, has recently been quoted by different outlets including The Guardian, The Express, Yahoo Finance, GT News, Brief Report and TechRadar, regarding JP Morgan CEO Jamie Dimon’s criticism towards Bitcoin’s use as well as Bitcoin’s price rebounce...


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