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  • Staying Afloat: UK Small Business Owners on Adapting to a Pandemic

    Small businesses make up over 90 percent of Western economies, employing millions of people every year and generating significant revenue in the marketplace. However, the coronavirus pandemic has changed things rapidly, especially in the UK. Many business owners have been forced to furlough employees and reduce their working hours drastically, while others .. Read more >>

  • Why Now is a Great Time for MBA Students to Specialize in Tech

    As the coronavirus outbreak continues to change the way people work, demand for IT and tech skills is soaring across the job market. According to the Financial Times, tech companies are still “hiring feverishly” despite huge lay-offs of staff in other fields and growing concerns over the fragility of global markets. Data by the business in.. Read more >>

  • Five Inventive Things B-School Students Can Do While Social Distancing

    The Covid-19 outbreak has led millions of people across the globe – whether infected or not – to practice social distancing. Social distancing at its heart is a pretty simple concept: stay home as much as possible and go out only if you really need to – to help vulnerable relatives for example. While some might be used to staying at home .. Read more >>

  • How to Get Hired Without Leaving the House

    As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to affect economies all over the world, most of the workforce is left wondering about the next steps and the implications that the outbreak might have on their future career. If you fall into this category – whether you were job hunting or just about to finish b-school when the virus hit – try not to worry too .. Read more >>

  • Tips to ace your interview

    Every employer needs to know that you really want to work for them; a new recruit who is enthusiastic about their company will work harder, be more productive and ultimately stay longer. .. Read more >>

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