News and events
See below for upcoming events and the latest news from the Bristol Business School.
The Bristol Business School hosts and supports a number of events throughout the year including the Distinguished Address Series, the Distinguished Professorial Address Series, Professorial Inaugural Lecture and Economic staff seminars.
- Economics Research Seminar Series - Martin Parker
In this seminar Martin will explore the suggestion that a 'School for Organising' needs to replace the business school and talk about the work he has been doing for the last year which tries to connect academics to organisations and networks in the Bristol region.
- Business models for sustainability: The barriers and solutions
The Future Economy Network is delighted to be co-hosting this workshop event with the University of the West of England to present 'Business models for sustainability: The barriers and solutions'. We will be joined by subscribers Sustainable Results Lab and University of the West of England to speak.
- 'Who Cares?' - An interactive play about the difficult issues surrounding adoption and the real consequences
The play is written and directed by His Honour Judge Stephen Wildblood QC, a family lawyer of 38 years standing and Designated Family Judge. It is presented in collaboration with Gloucestershire Children's Services' Social Work Academy and The Nelson Trust. There are 100 free tickets for UWE students.
- Writing for law
Writing for law workshop
- THIS EVENT IS FULLY BOOKED: Bristol Distinguished Address: Dr Bevis Watts, Chief Executive, Triodos Bank UK
THIS EVENT IS FULLY BOOKED: Dr Bevis Watts, Chief Executive, Triodos Bank UK, will deliver a lecture as part of the Bristol Distinguished Address Series titled 'Bankers must become Eco-warriors'.
- Voice-activated AI system could improve construction worker safety, productivity and efficiency
- Top executives announced for autumn business lecture series
- New Fintech Master's to prepare students for sector's challenges
- Mentoring platform for women in aerospace and aviation to help reduce gender inequality in the industry
- Think tank praises Ofsted's changes but says more can be done