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Leeds Business Week

17th – 21st October 2016

For one week each October, Leeds Business Week brings together over a hundred speakers to present their ideas, share their knowledge and inspire thousands of delegates at 100+ events across the city of Leeds.

Leeds Business Week aims to be the Leeds City Region s annual platform for sharing ideas, building long-lasting business relationships and making things happen. Together, we re sharing great content, staging some terrific events, networking and building better business relationships.

We Are Stronger together

Featured Events

A series of seminars for business owners, executives and not-for-profit organisations.

  • Leeds Business Week brings together local talent and businesses from across Yorkshire to cultivate relationships and learn more about building better businesses. The Works are proud sponsors of Leeds Biz Week in what is our 25th year and look forward to celebrating our acievements with you all at the drinks party on the 20th October.

    Craig Burton – Founder of The Works Recruitment

    We are keen to support businesses across Yorkshire, and the Leeds Business Week helps us support a wide range of people by giving them advice free of charge.

    Chris Allen – Managing Partner – Blacks Solicitors

    “At a key time for the North’s economy, the opportunity presented by proposed faster rail connections for Leeds and Bradford, as well as progress on improving the skills agenda, need to be maximised. Leeds Business Week is the chance to understand what the future could hold for our businesses as well as establish new relationships, and Yorkshire Building Society colleagues will be getting involved as they have done across recent years.”

    Chris Pilling – Yorkshire Building Society Chief Executive

    By partnering with the Yorkshire Mafia and Leeds Business Week, we will be able to bring the excitement of the bid, open eyes to the breadth of culture in our city and reach out to businesses to be able to be part of this exciting project. Working together we can be successful in our bid and businesses through the Yorkshire Mafia can see success in their marketing, good citizenship of Leeds and developing their businesses.

    Sharon Watson – Leeds 2023 Independent Steering Group Chair

    Leeds Business School (Leeds Beckett University) is delighted to sponsor Leeds Business week, and in conjunction with The Yorkshire Mafia enable our students to work with the business community throughout the Leeds and Yorkshire region.

    Chris Prince – Dean and Pro Vice Chancellor – Leeds Beckett University

    Event Sponsors

    Week Sponsors





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  • Business Week: Cameron School of Business: UNCW #new #businesses

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    UNC Wilmington Presents

    The 34th Annual
    Business Week
    March 29th and 30th, 2016

    nCino CEO Pierre Naud with UNCW student; Photo: UNCW

    The University of North Carolina Wilmington’s Cameron School of Business held its 34th annual Business Week on March 29th and 30th. Designed to help prepare Cameron School of Business students for the realities of the business world, this year’s program featured more than 100 sessions with prominent alumni and executives sharing their knowledge and experiences in the areas of business, marketing, entrepreneurship, information technology and more.

    Jerry Greenfield of Ben Jerry’s Homemade, Inc. speaks with students during the 2016 Business Week.; Photo: UNCW

    Tuesday, March 29

    Business Week General Sessions
    9-11 a.m. Cameron Hall

    Plenary Session:
    Pierre Naud
    nCino

    11-Noon Cameron Hall 105

    Lunch on the Lawn
    11:30-2 p.m. Cameron Hall Tents

    Business Week General Sessions
    1-4 p.m. Cameron Hall

    Accounting: Meet the Professionals
    4-5:30 p.m. Clock Tower Lounge, by invite only

    Duane Hixon:
    The Bigness of Small

    4-5 p.m. CIS 1008

    Wednesday, March 30

    Alumni Recognition Breakfast
    7-8:30 a.m. Warwick Center

    Business Week General Sessions
    9-11 a.m. Cameron Hall

    Plenary Session:
    Jerry Greenfield
    Ben Jerry’s

    11-Noon Cameron Hall 105

    Lunch on the Lawn
    11:30-2 p.m. Cameron Hall Tents

    Business Week General Sessions
    1-4 p.m. Cameron Hall

    Brett Martin:
    The Challenges of Entrepreneurship

    4-5 p.m. CIS 1008

    MS CSIS Alumni Reception
    5:30-8:30 p.m. CIS Lobby

    CIE’s Business Week Event:
    Entrepreneurial Success with Dave and Vess

    5:30-8:30 p.m. EBD 162

    Leadership Lecture Series:
    Jerry Greenfield

    7-8 p.m. Burney Center

    Thursday, March 31

    Installation of Chancellor Jose V. Sartarelli
    10:30 a.m. Hoggard Lawn





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    Business Week: Cameron School of Business: UNCW #business #web #hosting

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    UNC Wilmington Presents

    The 34th Annual
    Business Week
    March 29th and 30th, 2016

    nCino CEO Pierre Naud with UNCW student; Photo: UNCW

    The University of North Carolina Wilmington’s Cameron School of Business held its 34th annual Business Week on March 29th and 30th. Designed to help prepare Cameron School of Business students for the realities of the business world, this year’s program featured more than 100 sessions with prominent alumni and executives sharing their knowledge and experiences in the areas of business, marketing, entrepreneurship, information technology and more.

    Jerry Greenfield of Ben Jerry’s Homemade, Inc. speaks with students during the 2016 Business Week.; Photo: UNCW

    Tuesday, March 29

    Business Week General Sessions
    9-11 a.m. Cameron Hall

    Plenary Session:
    Pierre Naud
    nCino

    11-Noon Cameron Hall 105

    Lunch on the Lawn
    11:30-2 p.m. Cameron Hall Tents

    Business Week General Sessions
    1-4 p.m. Cameron Hall

    Accounting: Meet the Professionals
    4-5:30 p.m. Clock Tower Lounge, by invite only

    Duane Hixon:
    The Bigness of Small

    4-5 p.m. CIS 1008

    Wednesday, March 30

    Alumni Recognition Breakfast
    7-8:30 a.m. Warwick Center

    Business Week General Sessions
    9-11 a.m. Cameron Hall

    Plenary Session:
    Jerry Greenfield
    Ben Jerry’s

    11-Noon Cameron Hall 105

    Lunch on the Lawn
    11:30-2 p.m. Cameron Hall Tents

    Business Week General Sessions
    1-4 p.m. Cameron Hall

    Brett Martin:
    The Challenges of Entrepreneurship

    4-5 p.m. CIS 1008

    MS CSIS Alumni Reception
    5:30-8:30 p.m. CIS Lobby

    CIE’s Business Week Event:
    Entrepreneurial Success with Dave and Vess

    5:30-8:30 p.m. EBD 162

    Leadership Lecture Series:
    Jerry Greenfield

    7-8 p.m. Burney Center

    Thursday, March 31

    Installation of Chancellor Jose V. Sartarelli
    10:30 a.m. Hoggard Lawn





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    UNC Wilmington Presents

    The 34th Annual
    Business Week
    March 29th and 30th, 2016

    nCino CEO Pierre Naud with UNCW student; Photo: UNCW

    The University of North Carolina Wilmington’s Cameron School of Business held its 34th annual Business Week on March 29th and 30th. Designed to help prepare Cameron School of Business students for the realities of the business world, this year’s program featured more than 100 sessions with prominent alumni and executives sharing their knowledge and experiences in the areas of business, marketing, entrepreneurship, information technology and more.

    Jerry Greenfield of Ben Jerry’s Homemade, Inc. speaks with students during the 2016 Business Week.; Photo: UNCW

    Tuesday, March 29

    Business Week General Sessions
    9-11 a.m. Cameron Hall

    Plenary Session:
    Pierre Naud
    nCino

    11-Noon Cameron Hall 105

    Lunch on the Lawn
    11:30-2 p.m. Cameron Hall Tents

    Business Week General Sessions
    1-4 p.m. Cameron Hall

    Accounting: Meet the Professionals
    4-5:30 p.m. Clock Tower Lounge, by invite only

    Duane Hixon:
    The Bigness of Small

    4-5 p.m. CIS 1008

    Wednesday, March 30

    Alumni Recognition Breakfast
    7-8:30 a.m. Warwick Center

    Business Week General Sessions
    9-11 a.m. Cameron Hall

    Plenary Session:
    Jerry Greenfield
    Ben Jerry’s

    11-Noon Cameron Hall 105

    Lunch on the Lawn
    11:30-2 p.m. Cameron Hall Tents

    Business Week General Sessions
    1-4 p.m. Cameron Hall

    Brett Martin:
    The Challenges of Entrepreneurship

    4-5 p.m. CIS 1008

    MS CSIS Alumni Reception
    5:30-8:30 p.m. CIS Lobby

    CIE’s Business Week Event:
    Entrepreneurial Success with Dave and Vess

    5:30-8:30 p.m. EBD 162

    Leadership Lecture Series:
    Jerry Greenfield

    7-8 p.m. Burney Center

    Thursday, March 31

    Installation of Chancellor Jose V. Sartarelli
    10:30 a.m. Hoggard Lawn





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    Leeds Business Week – 17-21st October #business #yellow #pages

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    Leeds Business Week

    17th – 21st October 2016

    For one week each October, Leeds Business Week brings together over a hundred speakers to present their ideas, share their knowledge and inspire thousands of delegates at 100+ events across the city of Leeds.

    Leeds Business Week aims to be the Leeds City Region s annual platform for sharing ideas, building long-lasting business relationships and making things happen. Together, we re sharing great content, staging some terrific events, networking and building better business relationships.

    We Are Stronger together

    Featured Events

    A series of seminars for business owners, executives and not-for-profit organisations.

  • Leeds Business Week brings together local talent and businesses from across Yorkshire to cultivate relationships and learn more about building better businesses. The Works are proud sponsors of Leeds Biz Week in what is our 25th year and look forward to celebrating our acievements with you all at the drinks party on the 20th October.

    Craig Burton – Founder of The Works Recruitment

    We are keen to support businesses across Yorkshire, and the Leeds Business Week helps us support a wide range of people by giving them advice free of charge.

    Chris Allen – Managing Partner – Blacks Solicitors

    “At a key time for the North’s economy, the opportunity presented by proposed faster rail connections for Leeds and Bradford, as well as progress on improving the skills agenda, need to be maximised. Leeds Business Week is the chance to understand what the future could hold for our businesses as well as establish new relationships, and Yorkshire Building Society colleagues will be getting involved as they have done across recent years.”

    Chris Pilling – Yorkshire Building Society Chief Executive

    By partnering with the Yorkshire Mafia and Leeds Business Week, we will be able to bring the excitement of the bid, open eyes to the breadth of culture in our city and reach out to businesses to be able to be part of this exciting project. Working together we can be successful in our bid and businesses through the Yorkshire Mafia can see success in their marketing, good citizenship of Leeds and developing their businesses.

    Sharon Watson – Leeds 2023 Independent Steering Group Chair

    Leeds Business School (Leeds Beckett University) is delighted to sponsor Leeds Business week, and in conjunction with The Yorkshire Mafia enable our students to work with the business community throughout the Leeds and Yorkshire region.

    Chris Prince – Dean and Pro Vice Chancellor – Leeds Beckett University

    Event Sponsors

    Week Sponsors





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  • Business week #turnkey #business

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    News

    How do I find news about a company?

    Click on the search box at the top right side of the homepage and start typing the company name or ticker symbol. Choose the appropriate company from the dropdown menu. This will bring you to the profile page. Recent stories about the company are listed in the News section.

    How do I find an article I saw a while ago on the site?

    Bloomberg.com updates frequently to deliver the most current news, and because of space constraints the article may no longer be prominently displayed. Try using the search box at the top right side of the page. We suggest searching for the writer of the article.

    How do I link to your site?

    Go to Terms and Conditions for additional information.

    Where can I submit a press release to Bloomberg News?

    How do I submit feedback about news coverage?

    Market Data

    Is the price information on the website updated in real time?

    Data on Bloomberg.com are delayed by at least 15 minutes.

    What do I do when old information appears from time to time?

    Try deleting temporary Internet files, clearing your browser cache and clicking the Refresh button. If that doesn’t work, please let us know via the Feedback form.

    What is the source of exchange rates on the site?

    They are based on Bloomberg s composite rate, the best bid or ask based on reports from hundreds of currency data providers. For more information visit Financial Data Disclaimers .

    How can I see historical indexes and stock prices?

    We offer historical data on the website for the last five years. Further information is available via the Bloomberg Professional service. Click here for more information.

    Where can I see stocks by countries, by industries, or by type?

    This information is only available through the Bloomberg Professional service. Please visit the linked site for more information and a demo of the subscription based service.

    Where is the fund screener?

    This feature is no longer available.

    How can I update a company profile?

    Submit an updated company description through the Feedback section of the site. Choose the Market Data category and write a five-line description (80 characters per line). No brand names, superlatives, locations, numbers or past events, please. Please give all information that needs to be updated, including management profile details and company contact information. Please include a link to the Bloomberg.com page that needs updating.

    Charts/Analytic Tools

    How can I get stock quotes?

    Enter the company name or symbol in the search box at the top right side of the homepage. Click on the company from the dropdown menu.

    How can I find an international stock quote?

    Enter the company name or symbol in the search box, followed by a colon and the country code (example: BMW: GR). The most common country codes:

    AU Australia
    HK Hong Kong
    SM Spain
    BZ Brazil
    IM Italy
    US U.S.
    FP France
    JP Japan
    GR Germany
    LN United Kingdom
    IND Index

    Where can I find financial information not listed on Bloomberg.com?

    Bloomberg.com provides free market information, financial news and analytic tools to individual investors, as well as a wide variety of other news and features. Please consult the Bloomberg Professional service for more in-depth financial information intended for financial professionals and institutional investors. A sales representative will contact you when you complete the linked form .

    How do I use the Watchlist?

    The Watchlist is in the Markets section of the site and offers the ability track stocks, funds and other entities. You can register an account to save your settings. Additional Watchlist information is available on the Watchlist FAQ page.

    Bloomberg Media

    What are the system requirements for viewing Bloomberg live TV online?

    The latest version of Flash is required to watch Bloomberg TV or listen to Bloomberg Radio. If you cannot access Bloomberg media after ensuring that Flash is up to date, please contact us through the Feedback link. Please include your browser information and operating system

    How do I contact Bloomberg about closed captioning?

    If you have any comments or questions regarding closed captions on our videos, please contact:

    How can I update or cancel my magazine subscription?

    For Bloomberg Businessweek magazine, visit the Manage your Businessweek Subscription page.

    How do I purchase an interview?

    If you are interested in purchasing an interview for review, archive or display purposes, or a transcript/translation, then please complete and send this form. An Executive Interviews representative will contact you promptly.

    User registration

    Is user registration free?

    Yes, all services of Bloomberg.com are free.

    When I tried to register, my email address was already in the system. How can I sign in?

    Try using the Forgot Your Password? link to reset the account.

    How can I change my Bloomberg.com profile?

    Log in to your Account Settings to make any necessary changes. Be sure to click the Save Profile button at the bottom of page. You can change your Watchlist email address via this page.

    Where can I log in to the Watchlist directly?

    Please visit the Watchlist page and access your account via the Sign In button.

    Others

    What are the recommended browsers for the site?

    We have optimized the site to look best on the following browsers: Internet Explorer 11 and above, Firefox 44 and above, Safari 8.1 and above or Chrome 43 and above.

    What should I do if I am using one of the recommended browsers but the site is not displayed correctly?

    Please clear your browser cache. This simple step can often resolve display issues. If you are accessing the site via Proxy or Firewall, contact your IT department regarding available proxy ports. If a problem persists, please provide your browser information, details about any error messages and screenshots of the issue.

    Where can I find out about Bloomberg Careers?

    Thank you for your interest. All openings are listed at the Careers site. Please search and apply online for a position relevant to your interest and experience.





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