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BUSINESS RESEARCH INSTITUTE

research for regional businesses with a global reach

China Centre

The University of Chester China Centre is set up as an arts and education entity

Chester Forum

A series of open linked seminars intended to stimulate critical thinking and informed dialogue on issues relevant to an annual theme.

High Sheriff's Awards

The High Sheriff’s Awards for Enterprise is Cheshire’s premier recognition platform for businesses of all sizes, from the private sector.

Research & Publications

We seek contributions from the business community, research partners and academics who are interested in any of our key research themes.

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.

Family Business

The BRI supports Family Business Internationalisation through appropriate conferences and symposia, including the Family Business Research network.

Working Papers

The working paper series showcases research being carried out within the BRI and encourage publication of research work.

The Organizers

Phil Harris

Professor Phil Harris
Executive Director, Business Research Institute/China Centre
Westminster Chair of Marketing at the University of Chester.

Wing Lam

Dr Wing Lam
BBA, MBA, MEd, PhD, FHEA
Deputy Director, Business Research Institute/China Centre

Sally Williamson

Sally Williamson
BRI Administrator
Tel: (+44) 1244 512888
Fax: (+44) 1244 511300
Email: sally.williamson@chester.ac.uk

“The BRI aims to add value to regional businesses by conducting independent and collaborative research projects and also links Chinese & UK business & education.”

PROFESSOR PHIL HARRIS

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BRI Blog

What is the BRI?

The University of Chester Business Research Institute (BRI) was established in 2014 as a faculty level research institute. The BRI focuses its activities on building and developing the University’s business research, knowledge transfer and consultancy capability and capacity.

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BRI’s Henry Sidsaph wins award

Congratulations to Henry Sidsaph for winning the GCWAL International Impact (Highly Commended) Prize, to recognise his work on ‘The role of Sustainable Development in advancing innovation and competitive advantage in small companies within Alternative Food Networks’.

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