A round-up of events taking place on campus and around the world over the next few months.

3-19 November, Venues across Birmingham
Celebrate how pioneering social, economic and political research impacts everyday life.  Panels, discussions, films and workshops on subjects as diverse as leadership and fake news to the 2018 retail crisis and #MeToo.

Thursday 8 November, 18:00 – 20:00
Edgbaston Park Hotel, Birmingham
An informal networking opportunity for MBA graduates and current MBA students at the Edgbaston Park Hotel, University of Birmingham Campus. For more details, or to confirm attendance, please email Gloria Barber (g.barber@bham.ac.uk).

Monday 19 November, 18:00 – 20:00
Canary Wharf, London
'Bringing Birmingham to You' is a new series of events, bringing Birmingham academics to our global alumni community.  No prior knowledge of the subject matter is necessary and the event is open to all alumni.  For this edition Professor Kiran Trehan (Professor of Leadership & Enterprise) will give a short talk on current Business School research, along with details of our new Centre for Women’s Enterprise, Leadership, Economy & Diversity.  More details to follow, but the event will be held around Canary Whaft, with your first drink on us!    

For more information, or to register interest please email Emma Coldicott (e.coldicott.1@bham.ac.uk)

Monday 12 November, 18:30 - 21:00
Swissotel The Stamford, 2 Stamford Road, Singapore, 178882
We warmly invite alumni from our partnership with SIM to join us for a reception to mark a new era of alumni relations in Singapore. Professor Catherine Cassell, Dean of Birmingham Business School will be hosting a reception with food and drink as part of the countdown to our 10 year anniversary partnering with SIM, please come along and network with fellow SIM alumni and senior faculty members from UoB. 

Please join our new facebook group and sign up to the event through there.

Thursday 22 November 2018, 15:30 – 19:00
Birmingham Business School
Mike Barry, Director of Sustainable Business and Plan A at the retailer Marks & Spencer will address the urgent need for business to help build a sustainable economy, one that works for all – consumer, shareholder, employee, community and planet alike.

Sunday 25 November
The Granite Club, Toronto, Canada

Join us for the Canadian Alumni Brunch on 25 November 2018 at the Granite Club. All alumni and guests are very welcome to attend.

January 2019 (date tbc)

Dean of Birmingham Business School, Cathy Cassell will be visiting Shanghai between 21st and 25th  January and will host an informal drinks reception as part of her trip. Join her and fellow alumni based in the area to find out the latest news from the Business School and the University.

Further information will be available soon, but please register your interest in attending to bbsalumni@contacts.bham.ac.uk.