Chester Forum IX

Chester Forum IX

Chester Forum, FEATURES, Publications
Chester Forum IX - Edited Proceedings  The Marco Polo Initiative: Reflections on Internationalisation, Sustainability and Key Challenges Facing SMEs: Now and post Brexit [pdfviewer]http://businessresearchinstitute.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2019/03/Chester-Forum-IX-Proceeding_WEB.pdf[/pdfviewer] Share on facebook Facebook Share on twitter Twitter Share on linkedin LinkedIn Share on whatsapp WhatsApp Share on email Email Share on print Print
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第九届切斯特论坛

第九届切斯特论坛

Chinese, FEATURES, Publications
由马可波罗倡议反思脱欧后中小企业的国际化, 可持续发展与挑战 The Marco Polo Initiative - Reflections on Internationalisation, Sustainability and Key Challenges Facing SMEs: Now and post Brexit [pdfviewer]http://businessresearchinstitute.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2019/03/Chester-Forum-IX-Proceeding-CH_WEB.pdf[/pdfviewer] Share on facebook Facebook Share on twitter Twitter Share on linkedin LinkedIn Share on whatsapp WhatsApp Share on email Email Share on print Print
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Reflecting on World Trade, Culture and Management

Reflecting on World Trade, Culture and Management

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Professor John F. Mahon Marco Polo Seminar: Reflecting on World Trade, Culture and Management by University of Chester Business Research Institute and China Centre https://youtu.be/QzjGvM6kj6o Share on facebook Facebook Share on twitter Twitter Share on linkedin LinkedIn Share on email Email Share on print Print
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Chinese New Year Festival Gala in Pictures

Chinese New Year Festival Gala in Pictures

Events, FEATURES
The University of Chester China Centre and Chinese Society presented their 2019 Chinese New Year Festival Gala celebrating the Chinese New Year of the Pig. The audience were treated to a variety of acts including dancing, singing, theatre and martial arts performances. Held on Friday 1st February in the Molloy Auditorium at the University of Chester's Parkgate Road Campus, the Gala showcased the talents of our students and truly celebrated the start of another prosperous year for the China Centre and its Students and Staff.  Share on facebook Facebook Share on twitter Twitter Share on linkedin LinkedIn Share on whatsapp WhatsApp Share on email Email Share on print Print ...and Videos! http://businessresearchinstitute.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2019/02/VID_20190201_184613.mp4http://businessresearchinstitute.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2019/02/VID_20190201_193139.mp4http://businessresearchinstitute.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2019/02/VID_20190201_185809.mp4http://businessresearchinstitute.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2019/02/VID_20190201_184822.mp4http://businessresearchinstitute.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2019/02/VID_20190201_194501.mp4
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How the Game-based Learning Market is set to grow and grow…

How the Game-based Learning Market is set to grow and grow…

FEATURES
By Steven Markham According to research conducted by Ambient Insight, the global Game-based Learning market is on target to hit US$ 7.3 billion by 2021. Add to this, the projected figures for Simulation-based learning technologies of US$11.3 billion and it is clear that Game-based learning is on the rise. These figure represent a 22.4% and 17% rise over 2016 figures respectively. In 2015, private investors worldwide invested US$165.9 million in 35 Game-based Learning companies, an unprecedented figure at the time. However, only six months into 2016 saw US$325 million of investment in 37 Edugame suppliers. At the top of this was 'Age of Learning', a California-based company and developers of 'ABCMouse.com - Early Learning Academy', a digital learning resource aimed at ages 2-8. 'Age of Learning' received US$150 million of…
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第八届切斯特论坛

第八届切斯特论坛

Chinese, FEATURES, Publications
第八届切斯特论坛, 编辑会议录: 中英商务: 马可波罗倡议与 “一带一路”的发展 [pdfviewer]http://businessresearchinstitute.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2017/09/Chester-Forum-VIII-Edited-Proceedings-CN.pdf[/pdfviewer] Share on facebook Facebook Share on google Google+ Share on twitter Twitter Share on linkedin LinkedIn Share on email Email Share on print Print
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Chester Forum VIII

Chester Forum VIII

Chester Forum, FEATURES, Publications
Chester Forum VIII - Edited Proceedings UK and China Business: The Marco Polo Initiative and Belt Road Initiative (BRI) [pdfviewer]http://businessresearchinstitute.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2017/09/Edited-Chester-Forum-VIII-2.pdf[/pdfviewer] Share on facebook Facebook Share on google Google+ Share on twitter Twitter Share on linkedin LinkedIn Share on email Email Share on print Print
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Chester Forum VIII

Chester Forum VIII

Chester Forum, FEATURES, News
The eighth Chester Forum entitled "UK and China Business: The Marco Polo Initiative and Belt Road Initiative (BRI)" was held at Churchill House on the University of Chester's Queen's Park Campus on Monday 10th July 2017.The proceedings were opened by Dr Fran Hulbert, Chairman of Chester Forum and University Business Advisory Council and Professor Phil Harris, Executive Director of the University of Chester's Business Research Institute.The Vice Chancellor of the University of Chester, Professor Tim Wheeler welcomed the delegates and guests in an opening speech which set the scene for the day ahead. Simultaneous translations were given throughout the day.  Delegates from China and UK received presentations and took part in discussions within four main topics: Review of the Economy, Politics, International Economy and Partnerships with China Reflections on Developing…
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Current Research Project

Current Research Project

Chinese, FEATURES
Internationalisation, sustainability development and key barriers facing businesses: A comparative study of the UK and ChinaThe importance of international market has long been recognised by businesses of all sizes, this is particularly relevant for the resource-bound small and medium size enterprises (SMEs).   Under the prolonged economy uncertainty since 2008 and the unpredictable consequence of Brexit, businesses are eager to explore international opportunities, either in the form of sales, manufacturing and/or purchasing.  Nevertheless, little work has been done to explore the internationalisation level and capability of business in the Northwest.  This year-long research project is commissioned by the West Cheshire and North Wales Chamber of Commerce to investigate internationalisation capability, sustainability and key barriers facing Chamber members, in comparison with their regional and Chinese counterparts.The cross-national research project is led by…
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