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John Burgoyne is Professor of Management Learning in the Department of Management Learning in the Management School, University of Lancaster, of which he is a founding member, and an Associate of Ashridge Management College and Henley Business School.A psychologist by background, he...

Sue Carpendale is a marketing specialist with a particular interest in marketing communications and international business. She taught on undergraduate, post-graduate and professional programmes in Suffolk for more than 25 years. Her academic qualifications include an MA in Marketi...

Dr Dababrata Chowdhury (Daba) is an Associate Professor in Entrepreneurship and Innovation at the University of Suffolk.  He graduated in Computer Science and Engineering (BSc) from Turkey and then completed his MBA and PhD at the Plymouth University.  His principal research int...

Kate Clark joined Welsh government as CEO of Cadw (the Welsh Government's historic environment service) but now leads on policy and engagement across Culture, Tourism and Sport. ...

As a seasoned professional with over 40 years of hands on management, technology and operational experience, Peter has been involved in management and transformation of giant corporations, establishing new companies, advising governments and the creation and deployment of new techno...

I chose to study at the University of Suffolk (then UCS) because of its close proximity to my home in Stowmarket. Knowing that I didn't have to leave home or change jobs provided me with stability whilst enabling me to study. As much as I have travelled in my life, Suffolk is home ...

Dr Ben Cowell is Director for the East of England region of the National Trust, a post he has held since January 2013. He is accountable for all aspects of the Trust's work across Suffolk, Norfolk, Cambridgeshire, Essex, Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire, looking after properties that ...

I did look at other universities (Portsmouth, Bristol, Hertfordshire, and Sheffield) but decided that the University of Suffolk was new and exciting in terms of the opportunities it presented me. Because it was new, the technology, support and equipment at my disposal was all up to ...

It is easy to dream and make plans in life however when wanting to materialise it, not many are willing to make that sacrifice. Taking this step in my life was not the easiest. Sadly, not everything in life goes as planned. When situation and circumstances change, you are left with ...

Anne-Marie Dias graduated with an MBA from the University of Suffolk in 2016.  She also holds a Bachelor degree in Administration (obtained in Brazil) and French Technical Baccalaureate (obtained in Gabon).  She served as PA to the Mayor of Libreville for 2 years where she was re...

John Dugmore has been the chief executive of Suffolk Chamber of Commerce, Industry and Shipping since 2004. During that time, he has led a team that has transformed the organisation by encouraging and implementing a sustained growth programme that has seen Suffolk Chamber expand in ...

Tony Eccles is Visiting Professor of Leadership for Competitiveness and Change at the University of Suffolk Business School. Leaving school at 15, he became an apprentice engineering fitter, then a ship's engineer, went to University from night school; worked in sales for Great Univ...

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