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The Christmas Business Lectures 2017 (For Sixth Form & College Students)

Business School Of The Year

Northumbria University is pleased to present an evening of Business-themed lectures for 16-18 year olds, covering a wide range of exciting and modern insights into the world of Business, and what the future may hold for the industry. This is a perfect opportunity for current Business students, or students with an overall interest in the subject, to receive an exclusive session specifically tailored for a sixth form audience.

Teachers and parents are also welcomed to attend.

Attendees will hear three quickfire lectures, with an opportunity for a Q&A at the end with the presenters, and also some of our recent Business graduates.

"Jingle Bells, Christmas Sells"

  • How Marketing Benefits from the Season of Goodwill

“I didn’t forget, it’s in the post, honest!”:

  • How online companies deliver £12bn worth of presents in time for Christmas

“Driving Home for Christmas”

  • How to look after your staff over the Festive Season

The lectures take place on Wednesday, 13 December 2017. Doors open at 16:00.

Attendees are asked to arrive at Newcastle Business School for 16:15 at the latest, and information on the venue and parking can be found here. The evening will close at 18:30.

Please fill in the relevant booking form below to book space (s), call 0191 349 5923, or email 


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