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Business School Alumni Association
The Business School Alumni Association provides opportunities for alumni of the Business School and the University of Exeter to network with, and support one another, in their ongoing professional development.
Membership to the Association is free and automatic for all Business School graduates, connecting them to a network of professionals across the world.
In addition to Business School alumni, the Business School Alumni Association also welcomes and includes
- Alumni of the University of Exeter from other disciplines who have chosen to associate with the Business School due to professional interest
- Current and former staff of the Business School
- People who have studied with the Business School but not graduated here e.g. study abroad exchange students
Business School Alumni Advisory Group
The Association is supported by the Business School Alumni Advisory Group, led by the following alumni:
|Name||Position||Programme and year of graduation|
|Nigel Primmer||Executive Director, Willis Towers Watson||Economics, 1977|
|Colin Fletcher||Fellow, SAMI Consulting||MA Economics, 1968
|Martin Wright||Chief Exectutive, CK Re||Geography, 1977|
|Management Consulting Analyst, Accenture||One Planet MBA, 2012|
|Adam Zuber||Technology Sales Executive, Big Data & Analytics, Oracle||Management with Leadership with European Studies, 2012|
|Ben Norris||Assistant Director, Numeritas Ltd||Psychology, 1999|
|Lucy-Ellen Berwick||HR Associate at PJT Partners||French and Spanish, 2008|
The Group meets regularly to discuss alumni engagement events, activities and communications, and works to ensure you find your alumni network rewarding and engaging.
The Association is grateful to a number of alumni who have recently hosted events for us, including Barry Bateman (Economics 1966) Vice-Chairman of Fidelity International, Nigel Primmer (Economics 1977), Executive Director at Willis Limited, Simon Figgis (Law 1977) Partner at KPMG, Christopher Pease (Politics 1980) Director of Private Clients at Sarasin & Partners, Jonathan Heilbron (Economics & Politics 1982) CEO Thomas Pink, Will Kernan (Economics 1990) CEO The White Company, as well as alumni at Markel International and Nomura.