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  SPRING 2017

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BANK OF ENGLAND CHIEF ECONOMIST TALKS TO ALUMNI AT THE STOCK EXCHANGE

Andrew Haldane give a presentation entitled "Whose Recovery?" at the latest Business School alumni reception. You can view a photo gallery here, and keep your eyes peeled for an official press release in next month's alumni enewsletter.
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CEO OF UNILEVER HELPS MARK THE FIFTH BIRTHDAY OF THE ONE PLANET MBA

Experts and leaders of industry are celebrating the fifth birthday of a pioneering University of Exeter course which helps talented business professionals address the global challenges of our time.
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Study finds tax system penalises internationally mobile executives

A new study by accounting practice Blick Rothenberg, the University of Exeter Business School, and international accounting group BKR International focused on the movement of international directors, executives and employees.

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Making the Exceptional Happen - Campaign launch event

On 9 February we officially launched our ‘Making the Exceptional Happen’ fundraising Campaign at an event in London, hosted by the Vice-Chancellor Prof Sir Steve Smith. The event was attended by alumni and supporters who have helped to ensure the Campaign is on target to reach its goals of £60 million and 60,000 volunteering hours by 2020.
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Robin Mason  

ALUMNI NETWORKING EVENT AT THE IOD - MARCH 20TH

Why not come along to our next informal alumni networking event at the Institute of Directors, Pall Mall, on Monday 20 March at 6pm. This time we are welcoming the University's Business and Finance Society to the event.

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NEIL PARISH MP AND LOCAL FOOD BUSINESSES MEET TO DEBATE SWITCH TO A CIRCULAR ECONOMY

Leading South West dairy and bakery businesses including Marshfield Bakery, Ministry of Cake, Ginsters, Quickes and Emma’s Bread gathered at the University of Exeter to kick off new research exploring innovative ways of working to protect the environment. 

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Features

 
 
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SANTANDER W50

Santander have launched the 2017 edition of its W50 Programme for female graduates. Run in partnership with the University of California Los Angeles (UCLA), W50 is designed for young women - aged 35-40 years- who exhibit strong leadership skills, high professional potential and will become the next generation of global women leaders as board members.
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