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The week ahead

BSI/Yunus Centre joint seminar: Social entrepreneurship: 15 keys to success
01 May

BSI/Yunus Centre joint seminar: Social entrepreneurship: 15 keys to success

This lecture outlines the must-have tips for businesses and rules of entrepreneurship
which are redefined in lieu of e-commerce and new media. Whether you are a student
of business administration or an academic who needs a contemporary publication to revise
the millennial curriculum; this speech will serve as an authentic reference to the current corporate best practices and game-changing strategies that oriented toward new market structures and methodologies.
2019 Careers in Commerce Experience Day!
02 May

2019 Careers in Commerce Experience Day!

Year 10, 11 and 12 students are invited to attend the annual Griffith Business School Careers in Commerce Experience Day. Students will gain insight into the exciting career choices available to them as commerce graduates, and they will hear from speakers who have used their commerce qualifications to forge successful careers in the diverse areas of accounting, business law, economics, finance and financial planning.
Griffith Asia Institute Research Seminar | Effectiveness of value chain interventions for improving livelihood of smallholder farmers in Nepal
02 May

Griffith Asia Institute Research Seminar | Effectiveness of value chain interventions for improving livelihood of smallholder farmers in Nepal

In this presentation, Diwakar KC, PhD Candidate, Griffith Business School, Griffith University summarises the emergence of value chain approach and its integration to agri-food industry. It further discusses how profit-oriented business driven - VC framework applied in developed nations shifted focus toward achieving broader development goals for poor and marginalized farmers in developing nations like Nepal and other countries in Asia, Africa and world.
School of Anatomy, Thanksgiving Service 2019
02 May

School of Anatomy, Thanksgiving Service 2019

The School of Anatomy is holding its 11th annual Thanksgiving Service to express gratitude to those who have donated their bodies for teaching and research. Staff, students and alumni are welcome to attend. Please contact the Anatomy Support Officer to receive an invitation.