Brunel Business School is helping develop management capacity for UK and Indian SMEs in the engineering and manufacturing sector in a project funded by the UK-India Education Research Initiative (UKIERI). UKIERI was established by Prime Ministers David Cameron and Manmohan Singh.
One of the outcomes of the project is a workshop, not unlike a “mini-MBA”, for UK and Indian SMEs organised by Brunel Business School, Brunel University – London, along with the National Institute of Technology in Trichy, India and Uxbridge College which has been developed over the past 18 months and tested with various SME groups in India. The workshop is open for registration and will take place on 15th May in Brunel Business School.
The joint workshop brings together UK and Indian SMEs to learn about the latest thinking in the development of future SME capacity. The workshop also provides an opportunity to explore mutual business opportunities for the workshop attendees.
- 1100 Coffee and Registration
- 1115 Welcome and opening remarks
- 1130 Marketing and Business Development – Prof Suresh Paul Antony and Dr. Maged Ali
- 1215 SCM and Operation – Prof Godwin Tennyson
- 1300 Lunch
- 1345 Business Strategy and Technology Management – Prof Sundarrajan
- 1430 Accounting and Finance – Dr. Jill Collis
- 1515 Tea Break
- 1630 HR and culture – Prof Ashley Braganza
- 1715 Information Technology and Quality – Prof Ganesan Kannabiran & Dr Sam Al-Jajjoka
- 1800 Wrap up and Close
- 1830 Dinner and Refreshments
The workshop is open to owners/managers of UK and Indian SMEs and their valued employees. SMEs can register for this event held on 15th May in Brunel Business School by sending name, designation, organization, nature of business, address and contact details (email and telephone) to BBS.Events@brunel.ac.uk . The workshop is funded through UKIERI and there is no registration fee. Refreshments and dinner will be provided. Please inform us of any dietary requirements.
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