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University of Gloucestershire hosts GFirst LEP Annual Review

Professor Kamal Bechkoum, Head of the University of Gloucestershire’s School of Business and Technology I was thrilled that GFirst LEP, the powerful Gloucestershire business group, was recently able to present highlights of its annual review and plans for a…

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€1m University of Gloucestershire-led Indonesia Growth Hub project reaches half-way point

The University of Gloucestershire has reached the half-way point of a €1m Erasmus*-funded project being led by its School of Business and Technology to help develop entrepreneurial talent in Indonesia.

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University of Gloucestershire invites debate on County’s productivity

Over 20 representatives from local organisations including GFirst LEP, NHS Trust, QuoLux, Hazlewoods, Gloucester Quays and Creed Foodservice gathered to take part in a wide-ranging debate, examining why Gloucestershire has an estimated 6.4% below UK average productivity rate and is expecting a shortfall of 48,000 unfilled jobs within 20 years’ time.

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Business
Opinion
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Jolisa’s O2 work experience at Level 4

I am a first-year undergraduate student at the University of Gloucestershire studying Marketing, Advertising and Branding. As a mature student, I already had an idea of where I want my degree to take me, and I know and…

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Do non-disclosure agreements have a place in the era of #MeToo?

Read an article about NDA’s from or Law team.

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Law
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Attivo Group launches the UK’s first Financial Planning Apprenticeship

Attivo Group’s independent and chartered financial planning firm has embarked on a major training initiative in a bid to meet the increasing consumer demand for financial advice and establish the future of financial planning. Attivo Financial Planning has…

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Apprenticeships
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Esports comes to Glos

Gone are the days where sports is only and exclusively linked to physical exercise. Esports events have grown in popularity and revenue for the industry was predicted to exceed $900 million in 2018. The League of Legends Championships…

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