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The Greggs Marketing Challenge 2018

Lecture Theatre 002, Ground Floor


The Greggs Marketing Challenge 2018 

Date: Wednesday 14th March 2018

Time: 4.00pm - 8.30pm

Location: Lecture Theatre 002, Newcastle Business School, City Campus East, Northumbria University, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE1 8ST


Don’t miss this great opportunity to:

• Be inspired by our keynote speakers

• See future business graduates from our region and what they have to offer

• Network with business leaders

• See the finalists from each university present their insights on ‘How does the Greggs brand remain relevant across key consumer life stages?’

With competing teams from: Northumbria University, Newcastle University, Teeside University and University of Sunderland.


This event is free to attend but you must register.

Refreshments will be provided. 

To book a space, please complete the form below, for queries email









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Lecture Theatre 002, Ground Floor
Newcastle Business School, City Campus East
Northumbria University


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