Small Business Charter: Preparing for reassessment
10:00-13:00, Friday 17 September, online
This session will give an overview of, and guidance on, the practicalities of going through SBC reassessment. Particular attention will be paid to the 'Reassessment' Section that involves demonstrating improvements made since the first SBC application.
Participants will gain insight into:
• The application and the assessment criteria
• The assessment process
• Benefits of the SBC award to the business school and to the wider University
• Seek advice and network with business schools working on their SBC reassessment
Associate Dean and Director of Enterprise, Cardiff School of Management
Managing Director, Halls Food Group and Chairman, Bako NW Group Ltd.
Dr Matthew Sutherland
Associate Professor, Newcastle Business School, Northumbria University
Assistant Director (Enterprise and Entrepreneurship), Newcastle University Business School
10:00 Welcome and introduction to the SBC award
10:10 Overview of the assessment process
10:30 Support for the growth of small businesses (section A)
11:10 Stakeholder engagement to support growth (section B)
12:00 Encouraging student enterprise and entrepreneurship (section C)
12:40 Q&A and closing remarks
This session is designed for business school staff who are working on their school’s re-assessment.
If you are applying for the Small Business Charter for the first time please register for the following event:
Small Business Charter: The assessment process
10:00-13:00, 16 September
This session is free to attend but participants must register via the website,
If you have any questions, please contact Oliver Lowe firstname.lastname@example.org
About the SBC award
The Small Business Charter Award recognises business schools for their engagement with SME’s. It demonstrates the business school’s effectiveness in supporting small businesses, student entrepreneurs and local economies. The SBC award is a valuable kitemark which helps to raise the profile of business schools and offers opportunities to network with like-minded organisations, share best practice, and discuss common challenges and possible solutions to overcome them.
Business Schools who achieve the SBC award have to demonstrate through the assessment process their expertise in supporting small businesses, entrepreneurship and local economies.