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Birmingham Business School alumni receive Your Network e-news every two months, containing latest news and research from the School, alumni news, opportunities and events.

This replaces our annual hard copy magazine, Your Network, which was previously sent out in the spring term.

If you don’t currently receive Your Network e-news and would like to subscribe, please email bbsalumni@contacts.bham.ac.uk with the subject ‘Your Network’ and your name, year of graduation and degree subject.

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Your guide to your time at Birmingham Business School: Advice from our alumni

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We've asked some of our recent alumni to give their tips on making the most of your time here – to give you some ideas and inspiration about where you might be heading in just a few years' time. Download the guide here.
Date:
26/09/2017

Exclusive panel offers students the secret to start-up success

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On Tuesday 21st March, four University of Birmingham alumni visited the Business School, for an exclusive panel event; The Secret to Start-up Success. The panel event was well attended by students, staff and alumni all looking for advice and guidance on where to take their start-up idea.
Date:
15/04/2017

Distinguished Leaders Series: Laurence Hollingworth, J.P.Morgan

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On Wednesday 15th March, Laurence Hollingworth (LLB Law, 1979), Vice Chair of Investment Banking at J.P.Morgan, visited the Business School to deliver the latest Distinguished Leaders lecture; Perspectives on a Career in Banking.
Date:
11/04/2017

Vice Chair of KPMG Melanie Richards speaks about trust in business in our latest Distinguished Leaders lecture

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Melanie Richards, Vice Chair and partner at KPMG UK joined us on Wednesday 23rd November 2016 as part of our Distinguished Leaders Series, to deliver a lecture on Trust in Business.
Date:
20/12/2016

Female employment and gender violence in India

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Researchers from Birmingham Business School have found an unexpected correlation between an Indian government initiative to support poor rural households and an increase in violence against women.
Date:
03/06/2016

Ethical Influence

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How did your education influence your ethics? That's the question being asked as part of the largest Business Ethics survey of its kind ever carried out in the UK.
Date:
02/06/2016
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