Holly Wang from Miss Patina

Holly Wang from Miss Patina

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The Business Research Institute China Centre (BRICC) is delighted to invite students and scholars who are interested in the topic of Entrepreneurship to attend a webinar with award-winning designer and fashion entrepreneur Holly Wang from Miss Patina.  Holly will talk about her 11-year Entrepreneurial Journey - from a small market booth to a global independent designer brand, how she identified a niche market and how she created original designs with personality and lifestyle, how she utilised social media platforms to promote her brand.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TQJrakUHPYg&feature=youtu.beHolly is the founder of the UK-based fashion brand Miss Patina www.misspatina.com which is known for its vintage inspired women’s wear with a modern twist.    Its cat-inspired lines are the brand’s signature design. Miss Patina is worn by many influential celebrities, such as Taylor Swift, Sienna Miller, Pippa Middleton, Doctor Who…
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BRICC Webinar with Thomas Clayburn of CBBC

BRICC Webinar with Thomas Clayburn of CBBC

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V__Z7OvpUvU&feature=youtu.beThomas is China Market Business Adviser – Education for the China-Britain Business Council. A fluent Mandarin speaker with significant experience working in the Education sector, Thomas holds a master’s in Politics and Media in East Asia from the University of Sheffield, a bachelor’s in Chinese Studies from the University of Manchester and has spent 4 years studying and working in China. Thomas previously worked for the British Council in Beijing; upon returning to the UK he worked for the University of Derby before joining the China-Britain Business Council. For more information please refer to https://www.linkedin.com/in/thomas-clayburn/?originalSubdomain=uk This webinar session will provide useful information for participants to understand high level collaboration between China and UK, particularly at the strategy and policy level. Share on facebook Facebook Share on twitter Twitter Share on…
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BRICC Virtual Work Experience Project

BRICC Virtual Work Experience Project

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Are you looking for a valuable work experience opportunity to link your study with potential employer?Are you looking for an opportunity to improve your research skills, business skills and social skills?Are you looking for an opportunity to have UK Employer, University Mentor and Academic support to develop your 3-Year Career Development Plan?This opportunity has arrived!!!Business Research Institute China Centre runs a FOUR WEEK virtual work experience project with British businesses from 29 June 2020 to 24 July 2020. Role – Digital Marketer Number of vacancies – 5What is the UK Business/Employer?Meris Education is a branch of Meris Capital Ltd based in London.  It was started by current and past educators with the mission to maximise the power of youth around the world, through the Spiritual, Moral, Social, and Cultural development of young…
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Economic Cycles

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Economic cycles are back in the headlines as the Coronavirus directly destroys the economies of the counties whose actions are effected while even those that are only receiving peripheral interference are also counting the cost.When the topic of economic or as they are sometimes called ‘business cycles’ are mentioned, our first mental recall is the outstanding academic, the Russian Nikolai Kondratiev (Kondratieff) (1892-1938) who at his zenith was the world’s authority.  His theory was that the cycles moved in the fifty-year patterns.  This did not produce a problem for him, until the forecast that Western Capitalism was on a positive upswing.  This was a most unfortunate coincidence as Stalin was predicting that capitalism was collapsing.The tragic outcome for Kondratieff was that he was sent to prison for eight years after…
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DARE: Enterprise Talent Competition

DARE: Enterprise Talent Competition

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Welcome to the DARE: Enterprise Talent Competition, designed to test your outside-the-box thinking and rule breaking skills.​​This is unlike any competition you have entered before.We don’t make the rules, you do. You tell us what to look for. You are in charge.ALL ELIGIBLE!Regardless of gender, age, or educational background.APPLY BEFORE MIDNIGHT 2 MARCH 2020. APPLY NOW Find out more: https://www.girlsincharge.co.uk/dare-competition
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