Knowledge Sharing

The Small Business Charter provides business schools with a network of schools to share experience and build knowledge in the field of enterprise, entrepreneurship and business engagement. Here, you can read ideas, insights and best practice from business schools.

See ‘Success stories’ to read about how businesses have benefitted from connecting with business schools that hold the SBC award.

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There is life beyond the blue-chips

The ambitions of business school students preparing for the “real world” are frequently dictated by something akin to the ice-cold strain of logic that guided the career…

Holistic learning: Big lessons for academics, students and SMEs

Dublin City University (DCU) Business School has long recognised the holistic learning benefits that students gain from working with SMEs both on our undergraduate and…

Learning By Other People’s Rules – The Benefits of Applying to the Small Business Charter

I am almost allergic to filling in forms. The prospect sends me into a decline. Others will often step in to cover, and fill them in for me, either out of sympathy but probably…

Pitchfest 2016: Aston Business School’s commitment to supporting enterprise

23rd June 2016, and the Centre for Growth team from Aston Business School headed en masse to the NEC to enjoy a day of pitching, networking, interesting conversations and…

The University of ‘Opportunity’: How Wolverhampton supports SMEs

As part of the University of ‘Opportunity’, Wolverhampton Business School is committed to stimulating and developing the economic regeneration of the West Midlands through the…

The undue influence of US business schools

The latest ranking of business schools has just been released by the Princeton Review and a certain type of business school continues to dominate – American ones. Having earned…