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Bachelor of Business Administration – Bachelor Online – University of Phoenix #global #business

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Bachelor of Science in Business

Prepare yourself to be part of the dynamic world of business with the Bachelor of Science in Business degree program. You’ll gain knowledge in accounting, marketing, information systems and more while developing critical-thinking and decision-making skills throughout your degree program. These working skills and the ability to apply business theory to the working world can help you make an impact on your chosen field.

Because our faculty members work in the fields they teach, you’ll gain insight into applying business principles to the working world. Find out how this degree can help you progress toward your desired career by speaking with an Enrollment Representative .

Did you know you could customize this degree program to help you gain job skills in popular industries? Check out our certificate options to learn more.

Requirements and prerequisites

You will need XXX credits to complete this program, which may be earned from a combination of required and elected courses. However, required courses may vary based on previous experience, training or transferable credits. View general requirements

There are no prerequisites for this course.

What you ll learn

The Bachelor of Science in Business (BSB) undergraduate degree program is designed to prepare graduates with the requisite knowledge, skills, and values to effectively apply various business principles and tools in an organizational setting. The BSB foundation is designed to bridge the gap between theory and practical application, while examining the areas of accounting, critical thinking and decision-making, economics, finance, business law and ethics, management, marketing, organizational behavior, business statistical techniques, and information systems. Students are required to demonstrate a comprehensive understanding of the undergraduate business curricula through an integrated topics course.

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Our tuition tools help you understand program costs so you can make the best decision for your situation. We also have Finance Advisors standing by to help you understand all of your options.

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Our curriculum is designed to help you prepare for the competitive job market with relevant knowledge and in-demand skills. This program will include the following courses:

Program Student Learning Outcomes

In addition to the knowledge and skills related to the University Learning Goals, School of Business graduating students are intended to attain certain program-specific knowledge, skills and abilities. Therefore, you should be able to demonstrate the following learning outcomes by the time you complete this program.

Each college or school creates a set of Program Student Learning Outcomes (PSLOs) to describe the knowledge, skills or attitudes that students will possess upon completion of the program of study.

Review the annual assessment results (PDFs) for this program.

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Program Student Learning Outcomes

In addition to the knowledge and skills related to the University Learning Goals, School of Business graduating students are intended to attain certain program-specific knowledge, skills and abilities. Therefore, you should be able to demonstrate the following learning outcomes by the time you complete this program.

Each college or school creates a set of Program Student Learning Outcomes (PSLOs) to describe the knowledge, skills or attitudes that students will possess upon completion of the program of study.

Review the annual assessment results (PDFs) for this program.





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Business Brokers of Florida #business #venture #ideas

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Business Brokers of Florida

Business Brokers of Florida is a non profit association made up of the leading business brokerage companies and agents throughout the state of Florida. It is the largest state business broker association in the country, and the second largest association of business brokers in the world.

Members of BBF must demonstrate their expertise and ability in business brokerage when applying for membership. Once accepted as a member they must adhere to a strict code of ethics.

In addition to business brokers other members of the association include leading attorneys specializing in business closings, accountants, financial planners, appraisers and various financial institutions specializing in business loans.

Currently there are five districts in the state of Florida:

Each district, with exception of the South West district which is currently under the direction of the Tampa Bay district, has its own officers and directors which governs the local area and enforces the BBF Policies, rules and regulations to its members. Each district sends representatives to be members of the state executive committee (which elects the state officers) from the committee members. The state executive committee operates under the association by laws, and is the administrative board of the association.

Currently the association has more than 1,400 members, has over 4,000 listings and maintains a database of over 16,000 sold businesses for market data comparisons.

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Home – Small Business Association of Australia #online #business #loans

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WELCOME TO THE SMALL BUSINESS
ASSOCIATON OF AUSTRALIA

Launching your own business is never easy.

It is like starting a new chapter in your life. And to start a new chapter, sometimes, you have to take a leap of faith and get out of your comfort zone. For some of us, doing these things is not exactly easy. But what if there is someone to lend you a helping hand and offer you solid support as you navigate your way towards becoming a successful and prolific business owner?

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Kevin Nice Telecommunication Specialist

Ian Howard

Craig Tschirpig Accountant and Financial Adviser

James Stoke Commercial Lawyer

Leigh Bernhardt Industrial Relations Specialist

Ken Khatib online marketing and web development

Kira Duff Media, Communication and Events Assistant

Belinda Wilson Business Manager

David Power SBAA Strategist

Lionel Barden SBAA Policy Chair

Anne Nalder CEO and Founder

Dear Anne, It has been a great pleasure to be introduced to you five years ago. Your first impression to me is your advocacy attitude and knowledge about the protocol of small business in Australia. Your organizational ability is well demonstrated in each of the events and meetings coordinated by your organization under your strong stewardship. You have been very supportive to our Australia-China Chamber of CEO Inc by squeezing your invaluable time to attend our strategic partners’ meetings and events. Australia-China Chamber of CEO Inc is very much appreciative of your role in ACCCEO as the Advisor of the Small Business. Looking forward to more collaborations and support with yourself and your organization to Australia China Chamber of CEO Inc as well as my personal business Holiday International Golden Travel. Yours sincerely, Sally Chung Executive Vice-Chairman Australia-China Chamber of CEO Inc

Sally Chung Executive Vice Chairman of Australia – China Chamber of CEO Inc

“Small Business Association Australia is an active and progressive organisation seeking positive change for the betterment of small businesses everywhere. Founder Anne Nalder is making a real difference because she understands what owners must endure to become established and successful businesses. She is a genuine advocate of their cause in recognition of the essential contribution they make to our economy which is often overlooked – we need more ‘doers’ like Anne!”

Colin Coverdale Small Business Strategist, Opportune NFP Limited

It is essential that small business has a voice at a national level so specific concerns are raised. A concentrated focus on solid outcomes will make a difference, thanks to SBAA.

Paula Brand Small Businss Networking Events and Expo Owner

Today we are rebiulding our business and the future looks very bright all thanks to the support of the “Small Business Association of Australia”

Nic Dirubbo Marlborough Park

How Can We Help?

The Small Business Association of Australia (SBAA), understands how challenging it is to start your own business. This is one of the things that continues to motivate us to provide support and assistance to owners of small and medium enterprises or SMEs to help them succeed in their chosen endeavour.

The Small Business Association of Australia is one of the fastest growing and widely recognised organisations in the country specialising in supporting and advocating for the SME. We firmly believe that SMEs are making significant contributions to the growth of the national economy and are a vital component of Australia’s future. We continually see that owners of small and medium-sized businesses are not receiving the support and recognition they deserve, so we have taken up the challenge to help them in every way we can.

Setting up a small business in Australia is challenging at best, but with the assistance of SBAA, SMEs can grow and secure their future.

Better educate business owners.

We believe that education and knowledge are key ingredients of a successful business, so apart from organising networking events, we also host educational events and learning programs for our members. We provide various learning resources and tools to help members enrich their knowledge of running a successful enterprise.

Connect and Establish Strong Working Relationships with Like-Minded People.

SBAA regularly organise networking events that will enable members to connect and foster relationships with other business owners on a local, national, and international level.

Be Heard

SBAA serves as the “voice” of SMEs by expressing their concerns to the government. We also seek the assistance of key stakeholders on their behalf to encourage policymakers to create economic policies that will benefit and help SMEs. The launch of the SBAA Think Tank focuses on the fields of research, education, policy, and practice for small business in Australia.





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Want a New Business Start in 2015? Steal One of These Ideas #business #grants

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I started thinking up potential large businesses to start a few years ago. It was, for lack a better term, a teaching tool.

I was looking for a way to communicate that the place to begin, if you are thinking of trying to start a company, is with a market need-and not a new idea.

Ideas are too easy. My guess is you could come up with 10 new business concepts before lunch, if you had to.

The problem is once you come up with that idea–say you are going to construct real housing out of Lego blocks, something that has always struck me as a cool idea==you then have to go and figure out if it is feasible, and if anyone-other than an 8-year-old-would live in if it were.

If you have identified a market need, then you are assured that you have a market–the people who have the need.

But is starting with the market need the only way to start a business?

Obviously not. You could start with the idea. And therein lies a potential benefit for you.

Each of the following ideas are yours for the taking. (All I ask is you make a large contribution to the charity of your choice should they make you rich.)

1. Personal shopping for the masses

This one struck me over the holidays. It has been a long time since I had to go shopping for 8-year-olds. Wouldn’t it be lovely if there was a personal concierge you could call who could walk you through what is popular and/or appropriate? High end department and clothing stores already have this service. This would make it available for the rest of us. (And if mass market stores like Target and Toy “R” Us wanted to offer this service to me, I would be happy to pay them for it.)

2. No more, “For customer service, please hold.”

I am usually willing to trade (a little bit of) money for (a little bit) more time. And while you can do mundane things while waiting on hold when you call the cable, phone or electric company, it really is a) annoying and b) the classic waste of time. Your charge? Figure a way that I can pay a couple of dollars a month in exchange for the various companies letting me jump the line when I need help. I don’t think it would be that hard. It really is just a different form of caller ID.

3. A place where you can sell your killer recipes

There are literally millions of great cooks out there. (My wife among them.) And invariably a great cook comes up with a great recipe–or 10. There should be some sort of marketplace to sell them. This idea already exists in other places. For example, people who crochet can sell the patterns they create on Etsy.com

As I said, I am not going to be doing anything with these ideas. I hope they make you a fortune. (As I said, just play it forward once you do.)





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The importance of cash flow – Controlling cash flow for business growth – Chartered

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Controlling cash flow for business growth
A CIMA case study

Page 2: The importance of cash flow

Cash flow is of vital importance to the health of a business. One saying is: revenue is vanity, cash flow is sanity, but cash is king . What this means is that whilst it may look better to have large inflows of revenue from sales, the most important focus for a business is cash flow.

Many businesses may continue to trade in the short- to medium-term even if they are making a loss. This is possible if they can, for example, delay paying creditors and/or have enough money to pay variable costs. However, no business can survive long without enough cash to meet its immediate needs.

Cash inflow and outflow

Cash comes into the business (cash inflows), mostly through sales of goods or services and flows out (cash outflows) to pay for costs such as raw materials, transport, labour, and power. The difference between the two is called the net cash flow. This is either positive or negative. A positive cash flow occurs when a business receives more money than it is spending. This enables it to pay its bills on time.

A negative cash flow means the business is receiving less cash than it is spending. It may struggle to pay immediate bills and need to borrow money to cover the shortfall. The distinction between cash flow and profit is shown in the example. In accounting, negative figures are shown in brackets.

Liquidity

Businesses aim to provide greater financial returns than the level of interest earned by simply placing the cash in a bank. They can also hold too much cash. Cash does not earn anything so holding too much cash could mean potential losses of earnings. The cash situation is referred to as the liquidity position of the business. The closer an asset is to cash, the more ‘liquid’ it is. A deposit account at a bank or stock that can easily be sold are liquid. Assets such as buildings are the least liquid. Liquid assets are those that are most easily turned into cash.

Cash flow is always important, but especially when it is not easy to obtain credit. When the economy is in recession, financial service providers are reluctant to lend money. Borrowing also becomes more expensive as interest rates are raised to partially offset the risk of borrowers not paying back loans.

Controlling cash

Controlling cash is essential and management accountants deal with a range of cash issues:

  • ensuring that sufficient cash is available for investment by not tying up cash in stock unnecessarily
  • putting procedures in place for chasing up outstanding debts
  • controlling different levels of cash outflows in relation to the size of the business.

For example, a car repair garage buys parts and tyres whilst a hairdresser buys shampoos, equipment and pays for power. In each case, if the business has cash problems it may be slow to pay its bills to suppliers. This creates further cash problems which spread throughout the economy. If small suppliers are not paid they may go out of business. This in turn may affect businesses further up the ladder.

Chartered Institute of Management Accountants | Controlling cash flow for business growth





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The Business of Data #weekend #business #ideas

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The Business of Data

More and more organisations are collecting and storing vast amounts of data. Yet for all the excitement generated by the potential of this data to transform business models—turning it directly into cold, hard cash can prove difficult.

Despite the obvious benefits of using superior data to drive value-added marketing strategies, companies are facing many barriers, including regulatory uncertainty, consumer privacy issues, security concerns and budget constraints. So while the possibilities of digital disruption and big data are endless, companies need to think very carefully about how to execute their plans to avoid some common pitfalls.

This EIU report examines how companies are positioning themselves to benefit directly from the wave of opportunities offered by fast-evolving data technologies. It is based on a cross-industry survey of 476 executives based largely in North America, Europe and Asia on their companies’ data plans and practices, as well as insights from the leaders of organisations at the forefront of the emerging data industry.

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Search the Edmonton Directory of Local Business Listings #business

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Find a Business in Edmonton, Alberta.

Business listings in Edmonton, Alberta

Edmonton is the capital of Alberta, comprised of over 730, 372 people of English, Scottish, German, Irish, French and Native descent. With its expanding suburbs, Edmonton is considered one of the largest cities in North America. Edmonton is known for its festivals and boasts over 70 museums among its many attractions. The city is divided into different neighbourhoods along the north shore and the southern bank of the river. Whyte Avenue on 82nd Avenue is one of Edmonton s most popular neighbourhoods, with many historic monuments to visit during the day and a boisterous nightlife for Edmonton s nighttime party-crowd.

Edmonton has a number of commercial centers, namely the West Edmonton Mall, a shopper s dream come true. It is one of the biggest shopping centers in North America and the most visited tourist attraction in all of Western Canada, with over 800 stores, a waterslide and a skating rink.

The Edmonton Oilers are the popular hockey team here. Also, the 2010 Vancouver Olympics hockey champs were feted in Edmonton.

Ready to shop? Click here for the most popular Edmonton flyers .

A patio doesn’t have to be big to be great; it only needs good food, music, beer and company. Edmonton has a ton of awesome patios – ranging from big and small – to choose from to enjoy the beautiful weather this spring and summer. Take your pick! [Image credit: iStock.com/georgecosminmarin]

So many nights are whiled away at the same local watering hole. You share some drinks and laughs and repeat, week after week. If you want to shake up your routine and have a memorable night out with your friends sans alcohol, check out this list of fun things to do around Edmonton. [Image credit: iStock.com/sanjeri]

Whether your little one is heading off to start a new year of school or has simply outgrown everything in their closet, buying fresh outfits for kids can be a fun challenge for parents. These stores offer a wide variety of children’s clothing, including sleepwear, play clothes, formalwear and outerwear. And, don’t forget, new shoes!

The days of the speakeasy bar being a necessity may be gone but the feeling of those establishments still lives on. Visit any one of these Edmonton bars or lounges and take in the cozy space, the well-crafted cocktails and the overall ambiance and nod to the days of the speakeasy. [Image credit: iStock.com/VectaPhoto]

Do your search near most popular landmarks of the city:





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List of Business Social Networks for Professionals #business #emails

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Business Social Networks

Updated March 25, 2016.

Business social networks can provide the cornerstone to recruiting efforts for a company and can be a great asset to the hungry professional hoping to leverage their business contacts in order to improve their job. Focused on business, these social networks provides the tools needed to reach out and make business connections, find new jobs, or find specialized job seekers.

Whether you are looking for a promotion or looking for new opportunities, social business networking can be just the thing to advance your career. Business social networks are also a boon to recruiters looking to fill urgent vacancies.

CompanyLoop

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CompanyLoop is a business social network aimed at workers in the same company. By restricting access to only co-workers, CompanyLoop allows you to connect with your fellow employees and share knowledge specific to your business. Not only can you stay up to date with your co-workers, you can find the people you need to get your tasks done faster. More

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DoMyStuff

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DoMyStuff is a social network designed to connect people who want stuff done to people who will do it. DoMyStuff allows everything from household chores to business tasks to be outsourced to thousands of assistants bidding on the jobs. An alternative to hiring a temp agency to fill short-term needs, DoMyStuff is also a good site for people looking to do odd jobs. More

DOOSTANG

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DOOSTANG is a business social network marketing itself as an exclusive career community for top young professionals. To become a member, you must either be at a company that is hiring or have an invite from a current member. While the idea is to raise the level of talent in the job seeker pool, whether this is actually true is open for debate. More

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Fast Pitch

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Fast Pitch connects enterprising professionals to other professionals and is a great way for job seekers to become involved with potentially their next boss. It also provides tools for businesses to market themselves and helps drive traffic to the business website. In this way, it is a great business social network for entrepreneurs. More

Konnects

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Konnects is a business social network aimed at the young professional who wants to start building a network of contacts. It is also geared toward the new business looking to start their own community and offers the tools needed to promote the business. More

LinkedIn

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LinkedIn is the most popular business social network and one of the most recognizable social networks in the world. Focused on helping professionals maintain their list of connections, LinkedIn also provides invaluable information on companies and is a great resource for job seekers and for filling job vacancies. More

PairUp

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PairUp takes a step away from the standard business social network by focusing on the frequent business travel. Providing the tools to share travel plans and alert colleagues that you are arriving in town, PairUp is a great resource to cope with changing itineraries. More

Ryze

Founded in late 2001, Ryze was one of the first social networking websites. With the ability to set up company networks, Ryze is a great destination for businesses wanting to get more done on the web. It is also great for professionals who want to create their own business networks and connect with other professionals. More

Spoke

Spoke is a business social network that specializes on the recruiting aspects of social networks. Unlike many other social networks for professionals, Spoke is an open-ended network that allows businesses to search through the database and tailor their recruiting efforts to a specialized audience. More

XING

XING is one of the oldest business-oriented social networks. With over six million professionals using the service every day and conducting business in 16 different languages, XING is a world leader in business networking. An excellent site for keeping track of your business contacts, XING can also help employers fill job vacancies and help young professionals land their fist big job. More





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The Perils of Short-Term Business Loans #internet #business #ideas

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The Perils of Short-Term Business Loans

Principals, Whitestone Partners Inc. a management-consulting firm

September 15, 2015

Funding your start-up is seldom easy. Your options are limited. Friends and family members normally can only invest a small amount. Bank loans can be hard to come by. Government programs can take months to navigate. Small business owners may consider alternative and short-term lenders when cash gets tight. However, before doing so, you need to understand what you are buying.

As example, let s say that you are going to borrow $50,000. You only need the capital for one month and the small-business lender tells you it charges three percent. In most cases, this is three percent per month. In other words, if you borrow $50,000 for one month, you must repay $51,500 ($50,000 of principal plus $1,500 of interest).

If you need to extend for an additional month, it is another three percent. If you do that for a year (12 times), you would pay $18,000 in interest (12 times $1,500). However, $18,000 divided by $50,000 is 36 percent. Therefore, even if you only keep the loan for one month, you are paying an interest rate that is 36 percent per year. Of course, you ll never hear one of these lenders say that they are charging you 36 percent. That rate doesn t sound attractive. Nevertheless, that s what it is. You wouldn t dream of paying that interest rate for a home loan or a car loan. Most credit cards offer better rates.

Related:Cash Crunch: What s the Best Loan for Your Small Business?

This type of lending is very expensive. In short, almost any other loan you could get would cost you less. You could take a second mortgage on your home, refinance your automobile, apply for a new credit card or ask your Uncle John for a loan. Explore all of the other options before taking this type of loan. It s probable that any other option would cost you less, probably much less.

Another option is to bring money into your business by taking on a partner — an angel investor. Sell part of your business to an investor to get the money you need. The popular show Shark Tank shows people trying to do this each week. If you follow this route, there are many precautions you should take, but that s another topic.

Suppose you have no other options. There are no viable investors. You don t own a home. Your car loans are maxed out and credit card companies aren t interested because your credit isn t good. If you literally have no other options, short-term or alternative lending might make sense. The key question is how long will you need to borrow the money?

If you will need money for the long term and there is no other source of capital, our best advice is to close down your business. Essentially no legal enterprise can deliver a return of more than 36 percent in the end. If your business doesn t deliver more than your cost of capital, you will eventually go out of business anyway. Facing that fact now will allow you to cut your losses.

On the other hand, if you truly need the money for only a short time, it may be that such a loan will make sense. For example, you owe your suppliers money. They are refusing to provide the material you need to work until they are paid. Customers owe you money for work you have previously done. What you are owed is enough to cover your obligations and you believe that you will receive payment in the near future. In this case, a short-term loan, even at a very high interest rate may make sense because it allows you to keep working.

Be cautious, there are many lenders that prey on small business people who have a dream, but are not financially sophisticated. In some cases, the rates are usury. Accepting such rates will cause you to dig a deeper hole in the long run. Nevertheless, there may be situations where these loans are appropriate.





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Make an Impact – University of Bath #business #times

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Make an Impact: Sustainability for Professionals

0:10 Skip to 0 minutes and 10 seconds Welcome to the University of Bath, one of Britain’s leading universities.

0:38 Skip to 0 minutes and 38 seconds Our campus brings together academic expertise, with a wide range of international, industrial, academic, and stakeholder partners to carry out world changing research in sustainable development.

0:55 Skip to 0 minutes and 55 seconds Our research is making a real difference to the way we live our lives. Our engineers are exploring new ways of fuelling our future, from hydrogen storage, to the development of more efficient engines.

1:10 Skip to 1 minute and 10 seconds Our architects are changing the way we live, creating low cost homes from innovative materials that look great, are healthy to live in, and use less energy to keep warm.

1:24 Skip to 1 minute and 24 seconds Our scientists are developing better solar panels, and creating bio diesel from algae grown in the city’s famous Roman baths.

1:37 Skip to 1 minute and 37 seconds We are also influencing sustainability policy, from contributing to national environmental politics, to broadening the understanding of corporate social responsibility.

1:48 Skip to 1 minute and 48 seconds Having a sustainability strategy is becoming more and more important for all businesses today. For some organisations, it’s now part of their overall strategy to stay ahead and to improve their market share. Others are pushed into it through business requirements.

2:11 Skip to 2 minutes and 11 seconds My name is Dr Emma Patterson, and I’m the lead tutor of this course. I hope you’ll join us to discover more about sustainability, and how you can make a difference to your own organisation. We don’t expect any previous experience, just a willingness to actively take part.

2:35 Skip to 2 minutes and 35 seconds Over six weeks we’ll explore topics such as key drivers for sustainability, the importance of stakeholder engagement, and innovation for sustainability.

2:47 Skip to 2 minutes and 47 seconds You’ll be hearing ideas from University of Bath’s sustainability researchers, and from industry professionals. We’ll also be encouraging you to put forward your own ideas, and to be involved in group discussions with your fellow learners. Our researchers here at the University of Bath are setting a new path for the future, creating a more sustainable world. Join us. Develop your awareness of sustainability issues, and use your new knowledge to develop a sustainability strategy for your own organisation.

About the course

This free online course will cover the basic definitions and history of sustainable development and sustainability in business – from a niche interest to the present day.

We’ll find out how and why businesses now routinely incorporate sustainable development, via corporate social responsibility policies, product innovation and new business models.

Explore the key drivers to sustainability

We’ll explore the key drivers to sustainability: the use of standards; the importance of stakeholder engagement; governance (including the use of codes of conduct); innovation for sustainability; the use of metrics and indicators; and the application of management tools.

We’ll also touch on international perspectives towards sustainable development and how these impact on business activities around the world.

Influence sustainable development in your own company

The course will help you assess each topic in relation to your own business experiences, whatever sector interests you and wherever in the world you’re based. We’ll explore how you can use your personal interests to influence sustainable development in your company.

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