Business management taster day

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Why should businesses account for their impacts on biodiversity and species extinction?

Year 12, Year 13, A Level

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When: Monday 13 July 2020, 2:00pm

Spaces available: 40

The session will touch on scientific issue relating to species extinction and biodiversity decline, and then explore the linkages between business activity, biodiversity decline and species loss, focusing on financial risk and materiality. Finally, the session will discuss the findings of academic research around these issues.


Marketing: An international perspective

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Year 12, Year 13, A Level

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When: Wednesday 1 July 2020, 2:00pm

Spaces available: 40

This session will provide participants with introductory insights into complexities and challenges of marketing in an international/global context. Focusing particularly on the influence of culture on consumer behaviour, it invites the session participants to consider how marketing/advertising and brand managers should account for cultural differences between country markets in business operations. It further emphasises the relevance of cross-cultural marketing knowledge for participants considering a locally-based career, given the growing cultural diversity within countries, and consider the social impacts of cross-cultural marketing.


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For informal enquiries please email tasterdays@sheffield.ac.uk

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