Business Impact Online Articles for Students and Graduates

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course design

What do students want and expect from the future of education?

The future role of technology and faculty, the importance placed in international study options, growing societal concerns, and perceived strengths and weaknesses in higher education –EDHEC Business School reports on a survey of students in France, the UK, US, India and South Africa

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entrepreneurship

Where and how to look for early-stage funding

Early-stage funding can often seem elusive to those eager to get their business ideas off the ground. David Pattison, author of The Money Train, outlines your options, and shares the questions you must ask yourself before you get going

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lifelong learning

The continuing quest for knowledge

Lifelong learning research from AMBA & BGA shows that more than a third of graduates have sought to continue their education beyond their studies, and outlines their areas of interest. David Woods-Hale reports

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careers

Strategy is not just for organisations

People need to plot their course for the future as much as firms, and using the same processes deployed by organisations can help develop your career strategy, says Saïd Business School’s Kathryn Bishop

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Women in business and leadership

Sharing stories to empower women worldwide

The CEO of female empowerment platform, Smart Girl Tribe, talks about her entrepreneurial journey to redefine the media’s take on womanhood and to offer a resource through which women can share and access narratives that resonate and inspire

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marketing

Why business leaders are building personal brands

Personal branding can humanise a corporate brand and become a leader’s ‘secret weapon’ for growing and inspiring at scale. But, customers feel an aversion to ‘phoniness’ and one leader and their brand can be quickly discarded, warns Stefano Faustini

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