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The University of Liverpool is delighted to be supporting Liverpool City Region’s eagerly anticipated in-person event series ‘The Good Business Festival (TGBF).’ The confirmed line-up features some of our very own academic and professional services community.
Staff, students and friends are invited to join major brands and inspiring leaders from business, media, music and academia for the world’s largest responsible business festival, held over three days of events running from 22 – 24 March 2022.
TGBF is focused on helping companies of every size and interest become more competitive and future-proof themselves by doing the right thing.
Hosted across different quarters in the city centre, venues include the Liverpool Guild of Students, Oh Me Oh My on Liverpool Waterfront, and CONTENT in the Baltic Triangle.
Good Small Business
This is more than a festival – TGBF are working with local and national partners to deliver The Good Small Business Programme. This will bring practical support and solutions to all SMEs in the Liverpool City Region. The full programme will be released next week.
University of Liverpool – Knowledge Exchange (KE) for all
As key collaborators, the University of Liverpool is contributing to a number of core sessions across a wide range of topics including, Mind the Gap – Between Your Ethics and Your Actions; ‘What Happens When the Spotlight Moves?’ ; Big Pharma – in Partnership with Aspen UK and Can the Beautiful Game Be Good?
We’re also collaborating with other universities in Liverpool to deliver specialist business support clinics, with the Virtual Engineering Centre (VEC), Zero Carbon Research Institute (ZCRI), Low Carbon Eco-Innovatory (LCEI), the Management School and Careers and Employability, showcasing the breadth of our KE and research expertise and capabilities.
Professor Dinah Birch, Pro-Vice-Chancellor for Cultural Engagement, said: “The University of Liverpool is committed to promoting the success of responsible business across the city and region, and we are very happy to be making a significant contribution to the programme of this pioneering Festival.”
Everyone is welcome – this is a fantastic opportunity to boost your knowledge, help you make new connections, offer your fresh ideas and try out your skills enhanced during Making an Impact 2021.
See the full programme here and join the movement by registering for free today.
Our complementary activity is supported by the University’s Research, Partnerships and Innovation Directorate. For more information please contact Hannah Schumann, Research Partnerships Marketing Manager at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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