MBS 50th anniversary programme of events


MBS forthcoming Corporate Events 2015

21 April – Vital Topics
Alex Poots, artistic director of Manchester International Festival in conversation with Peter Saville
The business of culture
Cities are increasingly investing in their cultural events and assets to strengthen evolve their international reputation image and desirability to potential and existing investors, visitors and residents. In the context of deepening government funding cuts there is an acute pressure on funding for cultural projects and more dependence on self-generated income. Against this backdrop Alex and Peter will discuss whether financial sustainability and culture truly be harmonious?
5.45pm – 7.45pm Whitworth Art Gallery
To book your place email vt@mbs.ac.uk

5 May – Vital Topics
Alastair Campbell
As the general election nears voting day, leading communications strategist and opinion former Alastair Campbell uncovers what sits at the heart of a winning campaign. Drawing on his experience and expertise, Alastair examines how politicians aim to engage the voting public, delving into the modern democratic process to reveal how political leaders shape their campaigns, and why politics is struggling to adapt to the modern world. He looks at what makes great winners and offers his insight on how the general election ballot boxes will balance.
5.45pm – 7.45pm Manchester Business School
To book your place email vt@mbs.ac.uk

20 May
Finance and Society panel debate:
Innovate or bust – alternative finance for SMEs
5.45 – 7.45pm
To book your place email events@mbs.ac.uk

18 June
The inaugural Eddie Davies Lecture – Professor Joseph Lampel
5pm – 7pm Manchester Business School
To book your place email events@mbs.ac.uk


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