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The University of Chester Business Research Institute (BRI) was established in 2014 as a faculty-level research institute. 

It was supported by the University’s strategic development fund and with encouragement from the Business Advisory Council and business partners.

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Cheshire High Sheriff’s Awards

What does the BRI Offer?

For Business
The BRI takes an active role in developing business thought leadership in the regional economy by promoting and organising such events as: The Chester Forum and The High Sheriff's Awards for Enterprise.
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Research & Publications
We seek contributions from the business community, research partners and academics who are interested in any of our key research themes.
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PhD students
We are very interested in hearing from quality research students who have a commitment to any of our key research themes or other relevant topics.
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Journal of Public Affairs
The Journal of Public Affairs is essential reading for those who need to keep abreast of the latest thinking around the continually-evolving discipline of public affairs.
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The New Payments Platform may mean faster transactions, but it won’t be safer
The New Payments Platform may mean faster transactions, but it won’t be safer
February 14, 2018
Australians will finally enjoy the ability to send each other money in “real time”, with the launch of the New Payments Platform (NPP) today. The platform is a mixture of new processes for settling transactions between banks, guided by the Reserve Bank of Australia.
How is entrepreneurialism affecting China and its businesses?
How is entrepreneurialism affecting China and its businesses?
February 1, 2018
Watch Phil Harris discuss the influence of entrepreneurship in China, exploring Jackie Ma and the success of Alibaba, the new generation of Chinese entrepreneurs and the expansion of Chinese brands.
Football’s cash derby
Football’s cash derby
January 26, 2018
Manchester in the north of England has a number of claims to fame. The birthplace of the industrial revolution; a fountainhead of musical outpouring and two football clubs amongst the planet’s best-known teams in a sport often referred to as ‘The World Game’.

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