Spring into Business with Ulster University Business School

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  • Ulster University Business School is opening its doors to business leaders and managers over a two-week period in April to share best practice across a range of topical themes and issues.

    The Spring into Business Festival which will feature a host of free events comprising talks, panel discussions and debates will take place at the Belfast Campus from 16-20 April and at Magee from 23-27 April. 

    Highlights of the Festival in Belfast will include a focus on how to lead an entrepreneurial business in a volatile market with input from EY Head of Business Development, Professor Sean Duffy;  John Purdy, CEO and founder of leading IT solutions provider Ergo and Michael McQuillan, original creator of The Streat Café chain and now Director of the Business Institute at Ulster University Business School.

    The Belfast campus will also host a panel discussion exploring how business leaders can create advantages for their organisations by ensuring that their creativity endures in a turbulent business environment.  Participants will include Seamus Cushley, Director at PWC; Fiona McLaughlin, Director of the animation, VFX and interactive studio Taunt and Claire Colvin, Talent Director at CDE Global.

    At Magee, guests will hear from Alyson Hogg, founder and CEO of Vita Liberata as she describes how to successfully navigate a business through challenging times.  She will also be joined by Professor Sean Duffy, EY and Michael McQuillan, Business Institute.  The North West element of the Festival will also provide a platform for Young Enterprise NI.  

    For more information or to register for any of the events please visit www.ulster.ac.uk/springintobusiness

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