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Zizzi to stock DoubleDutch soft drinks

Friday, 16 Feb
DoubleDutch, the startup founded by twins Joyce and Raissa De Haas, have struck a deal with Zizzi to serve their premium soft drinks in restaurants across the UK.

UCL SoM present at 2018 UK Learning Technologies Conference

Thursday, 1 Feb
Lynsie Chew and Alan Parkinson were invited speakers at the 2018 UK Learning Technologies Conference at Olympia.

Karoline Gross recognised in Forbes 30 under 30 2018

Monday, 22 Jan
UCL School of Management Alumna, Karoline Gross, has been listed on the 2018 Forbes Europe '30 under 30 list for Media and Marketing.

Dr Chia-Jung Tsay named an APS Rising Star

Wednesday, 10 Jan
Dr Chia-Jung Tsay, Associate Professor at UCL School of Management, has been named as one of the 2017 APS Rising Stars.

Bart Vanneste launches MOOC

Friday, 15 Dec
Bart Vanneste, Associate Professor at UCL School of Management, has launched the School's first MOOC in a joint development with the University of London.

The rise of ‘deep help’ – why leaders must go beyond shallow advice and favours

Wednesday, 13 Dec
Leaders should think of helping as part of their jobs, new research from the UCL School of Management suggests. And that help often needs to go beyond the usual quick advice and favours.

Gold for Icarus - UCL simulator scoops first prize

Thursday, 30 Nov
Icarus - a simulation tool developed by UCL School of Management academics - has won 1st place in the 'Best use of simulations or virtual environments for learning' category at the 2017 Learning Technologies Awards.

Entrepreneurship students buy into retail expertise as new partnership launches

Wednesday, 29 Nov
True, Europe’s only retail and consumer private equity specialist, is partnering with UCL School of Management to establish its first Academic & Entrepreneurial Alliance.

Business students dig into data science with alternative finance firm

Wednesday, 22 Nov
Alternative finance company Growth Street will collaborate with UCL School of Management to give students first-hand experience of using business analytics in a fast-moving commercial environment.

Anil Doshi earns honourable mention from Strategic Management Society

Monday, 6 Nov
Anil Doshi, an Assistant Professor at UCL School of Management, has been given an honourable mention by the Strategic Management Society.

POQ wins Mobile Technology Vendor of the Year

Friday, 20 Oct
POQ, a start-up created by two former MSc Entrepreneurship students, has won Mobile Technology Vendor of the Year.

Alumna Magdalena Krön named one of the top-50 most influential women in IT

Thursday, 5 Oct
UCL School of Management Alumna Magdalena Krön has been named as one of the top-50 most influential women in IT by Computer Weekly.

Christian Kohlhas wins Daimler 24-hour hackathon

Tuesday, 19 Sep
Christian Kohlhas, a MSc Entrepreneurship student, has won Daimler's 24 hour 'Hack.IAA @ me Convention' hackatho n at the 2017 IAA show in Frankfurt.

Outdated TV advertising is 90% too expensive

Tuesday, 12 Sep
TV adverts must be targeted to individual households, to combat viewers skipping the ad breaks, new research from UCL School of Management reveals.

Anil Doshi wins Gerardine DeSanctis Dissertation Award

Wednesday, 6 Sep
Anil Doshi, an assistant professor at UCL School of Management, has won the Gerardine DeSanctis Dissertation Award at the latest Academy of Management annual meeting.

Connected cities need more than technology to thrive

Tuesday, 5 Sep
Research from Rikke Duus, UCL School of Management, and Mike Cooray, Hult International Business School and UCL School of Management, suggests that for connected cities to be successful there are three “softer” drivers at play.

bxblue wants to move payroll-secured loans online in Brazil

Wednesday, 30 Aug
bxblue, a start-up created by former MSc Entrepreneurship alumnus Gustavo Gorenstein, is hoping to change the payroll-secured loans market in Brazil.

Risk and reward - how Poq won its first big client

Tuesday, 29 Aug
Poq, an app commerce company started by a group of former MSc Entrepreneurship students, have been discussing how they landed their first big client with Forbes.

Does your personality fit your network? It could be damaging to success at work

Thursday, 17 Aug
Your personality must fit with your network in order to be trusted and successful, new research from UCL School of Management and Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University, reveals. Otherwise, your friendships might clash with your job.

The £2bn price of being too nice

Thursday, 10 Aug
If you are an ‘agreeable’ person, or have fewer years of formal education, are optimistic by nature, or financially distressed, you are much more likely to end up with a poor deal from the financial services industry, according to a major new report by GoCompare and UCL School of Management's Dr Joe Gladstone.

Amabrush beats crowdfunding target in just one hour

Wednesday, 12 Jul
Amabrush, a start-up created by MSc Entrepreneurship Alumnus Marvin Musalek (2012/13), has broken its crowdfunding target in just one hour.

Management Science Journal appoints Rouba Ibrahim as Associate Editor

Friday, 7 Jul
UCL School of Management's Rouba Ibrahim, Reader (associate professor), has been appointed Associate Editor by the INFORMS journal, Management Science.
In the Media

New research on how to land a job covered in media

Tuesday, 27 Jun
Research from Dr SunYoung Lee, an assistant professor at UCL School of Management, into how to land a job has been widely reported in the media.

Authenticity key to landing a new job

Thursday, 22 Jun
At job interviews, relax and be yourself – if you’re good, being yourself may be the best way to secure a job offer, according to a new study involving UCL researchers.

Shamita Yasna wins #LoveUCL competition

Tuesday, 20 Jun
Shamita Yasna, a BSc Information Management for Business student, has won the 2016/17 #LoveUCL Instagram competition.

Heresy successfully raise £755,000

Wednesday, 14 Jun
Heresy, a tech start-up founded by two MSc Entrepreneurship Alumni, has successfully raised £755,000 in seed funding.

Drfocused aiming to raise £300,000

Wednesday, 7 Jun
Dr Focussed, a start-up created by three MSc Entrepreneurship students, is aiming to raise £300,000 through crowdfunding.

Smartzer nominated for LVMH Innovation Award

Tuesday, 30 May
Smartzer, a start-up founded by UCL School of Management Alumna Karoline Gross, has been nominated for the inaugural LVMH Innovation Award.

Five myths about collaboration between marketing agencies and clients

Tuesday, 23 May
A new study from Collaboration Counts has identified five key findings that blow preconceived myths about collaborations between marketing agencies and clients out of the water.

School of Management events in Beijing & Hong Kong coming soon

Tuesday, 16 May
UCL School of Management will be coming to Beijing and Hong Kong in May to celebrate the launch of our new joint MBA Programme with Peking University in the company of alumni, staff, students, and industry collaborators!

UCL School of Management climbs the Complete University Guide

Thursday, 27 Apr
UCL School of Management has been ranked in 3rd place in the Complete University Guide 2018, a rise of seven places.
In the Media

Pete Clark discusses mergers and acquisitions after Trump tax-cuts

Thursday, 27 Apr
Senior Teaching Fellow Pete Clarke has been discussing the impact of President Trump's tax-cuts on the mergers and acquisitions industry with MarketWatch.

Raunak hacks his way to the top

Wednesday, 5 Apr
Raunak Gupta, a MSc Technology Entrepreneurship student, has won a 48-hour hackathon in London.

MSc Finance in high demand

Thursday, 23 Mar
Applications are coming in thick and fast for UCL School of Management's newest programme - the MSc Finance.

Joe Gladstone awarded best paper at the CFP Conference

Monday, 6 Mar
Joe Gladstone, Assistant Professor of Consumer Behaviour, has won the best paper award at the CFP Board Center for Financial Planning, which comes with a $2500 prize.
In the Media

Why micromanaging isn't such a dirty word

Friday, 3 Mar
There are many ways for a boss to get involved that are helpful, not hindering, according to Colin Fisher, Assistant Professor at UCL School of Management.

Alumna Cindy Wang helping to develop Smart Urban Habitat

Tuesday, 21 Feb
Cindy Wang, a BSc Information Management for Business Alumna, is helping to develop Smart Urban Habitat initiatives in Singapore.

Interrupting discussions improves decision making

Thursday, 9 Feb
Teams make better decisions if they are interrupted with advice during their task, rather than advised before it, new research from UCL School of Management reveals.
In the Media

Dr Peter Clarke discusses mergers and acquisitions in Financial Times

Wednesday, 8 Feb
Dr Peter Clarke, Senior Teaching Fellow at UCL School of Management, has been discussing mergers and acquisitions in the Financial Times.

School of Management Alumnus gets backing from Unilever

Monday, 30 Jan
UCL School of Management Alumnus Paul Varga, who setup Playbrush, has signed a deal with consumer goods giant Unilever.

Bert De Reyck examines UK rail infrastructure

Wednesday, 25 Jan
Professor Bert De Reyck, Director of UCL School of Management, has completed a study on behalf of the UK Government which examines optimism bias in UK rail infrastructure projects.

MSc Management gains CIMA accreditation

Friday, 20 Jan
UCL School of Management's MSc Management has been accredited by the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (CIMA).
In the Media

Joe Gladstone makes Forbes '30 Under 30'

Monday, 16 Jan
UCL School of Management's Assistant Professor of Consumer Behaviour, Joe Gladstone, has been listed in Forbes' '30 under 30' for Finance.

IMB student speaks at Verslas 2017

Monday, 19 Dec
Petras Slekys, a first year Information Management for Business student, has been speaking to more than 500 CEOs at 'Verslas 2017', a Lithuanian business conference.

How artificial intelligence is changing our Christmas shop

Wednesday, 14 Dec
Online retailers are using artificial intelligence to enhance and personalise shopping experiences, according to research from Rikke Duus and Mike Cooray.
In the Media

How our hidden preferences towards natural talent lead to biased hiring

Wednesday, 14 Dec
Our preference for 'natural talent' results in biased hiring, according to a blog written by Chia-Jung Tsay, Assistant Professor at UCL School of Management.

Watch out for your next competitor - your consumer

Tuesday, 13 Dec
Be wary of your consumers, new research from UCL School of Management warns, because digital innovations have enabled them to become competitors.

Entrepreneurs hack their way to success

Monday, 5 Dec
Two MSc Technology Entrepreneurship students have shown their potential as they won separate hackathons.

Ersin Körpeoğlu wins INFORMS Doctoral Dissertation Award

Wednesday, 30 Nov
Ersin Körpeoğlu, an Assistant Professor at UCL School of Management, has won the 2016 INFORMS Doctoral Dissertation Award.

The difference between studying in China and the UK: My experience

Monday, 28 Nov
Yue Chen, a Msc Management Alumna, has been talking to QS Top MBA about her experience studying abroad with UCL School of Management.

McLaren Motor Racing discuss technology with IMB students

Monday, 28 Nov
Chris Armstrong, Head of IT at McLaren Motor Racing, discussed the importance of technology with UCL School of Management's BSc Information Management for Business first year students.
In the Media

Joe Gladstone discusses how companies price goods on BBC World News

Monday, 21 Nov
Joe Gladstone, Assistant Professor at UCL School of Management, discussed how companies price goods on BBC World News
In the Media

Media reports on research showing doctor CEOs hinder innovation

Wednesday, 16 Nov
New research from Assistant Professor Sruthi Thatchenkery, which suggests doctor CEO's hinder innovation in medical start-ups, has been widely reported in the media.

Doctor CEOs hinder innovation in start-ups

Tuesday, 15 Nov
Medical doctors with executive roles in medical device start-ups can hinder innovation, finds new research from UCL School of Management and Stanford University, but have a positive impact if they are inventors or board members.
In the Media

Professor Bert De Reyck featured in IMPACT magazine

Thursday, 10 Nov
Professor Bert De Reyck was featured in IMPACT magazine after he worked with Noble Group to develop a decision support system to facilitate the planning and management of Noble’s transshipment operations.
In the Media

Chinese media report on joint MBA

Monday, 7 Nov
Chinese media have been reporting on the new MBA partnership between UCL School of Management and Peking Universitiy's National School of Development.

Peking University and UCL agree joint MBA programme

Friday, 4 Nov
Peking University (PKU) and UCL have signed an agreement which will see the two institutions collaborate to offer the 'Beijing International MBA'
In the Media

The five barriers to effective digital transformation

Tuesday, 1 Nov
Rikke Duus, UCL School of Management, and Mike Cooray, Ashridge Executive Education, have been discussing the five barriers to effective digital transformation with the Chartered Management Institute.
In the Media

Kenny Ching featured in Hays Journal

Thursday, 27 Oct
Kenny Ching, an Assistant Professor at UCL School of Management, has been featured in the latest issue of the Hays Journal discussing 'intrapreneurship.'

Ersin Körpeoğlu nominated for INFORMS Doctoral Dissertation Award

Friday, 7 Oct
Ersin Körpeoğlu, an Assistant Professor at UCL School of Management, has been nominated for the 2016 INFORMS Doctoral Dissertation Award.

SAP and UCL launch SAP’s first UK Next-Gen Lab

Thursday, 6 Oct
SAP is today announcing a partnership with UCL (University College London) to launch its first UK-based Next-Gen Lab.

Bert De Reyck uses big-data analytics to improve Heathrow operations

Tuesday, 4 Oct
Professor Bert De Reyck, Director of the UCL School of Management, is leading a team of researchers from UCL and the Darden School of Business at the University of Virginia to improve the passenger experience and reduce delays at Heathrow airport.
In the Media

Joe Gladstone discusses the 5p bag tax on BBC World News

Tuesday, 4 Oct
Assistant Professor Joe Gladstone was interviewed by BBC World News about the 5p tax on plastic carrier bags.

'View from the 38th' - What do business leaders need to know about AI?

Monday, 3 Oct
UCL School of Management held its first 'View from the 38th' event at the launch of its new home in Canary Wharf

Alan Parkinson and Lynsie Chew featured in latest volume of IJHEM

Friday, 30 Sep
Dr Alan Parkinson and Lynsie Chew have had an article published in the latest volume of the International Journal of Higher Education Management.

UCL School of Management expands with new location in Canary Wharf

Tuesday, 27 Sep
The UCL School of Management has announced that it has expanded its premises to now include a new space on the 38th floor of the iconic One Canada Square, Canary Wharf in London.

UCL continues to be one of the top seven global universities

Wednesday, 7 Sep
UCL School of Management is proud to be part of one of the World's best universities, as UCL maintained seventh place in the latest QS Global University Rankings.

Hang Ren nominated for INFORMS Service Science Section Best Student Paper Award

Tuesday, 6 Sep
Hang Ren, a PhD student at UCL School of Management, has been nominated for the INFORMS Service Science Section Best Student Paper Award.
In the Media

Professor Martin Kilduff explains how to deal with your needy colleagues

Monday, 5 Sep
Professor Martin Kilduff spoke to the BBC about how to deal with needy colleagues.
In the Media

How to come up with a strategy under true uncertainty

Friday, 2 Sep
PhD student Prateek Raj writes in LSE Business Review on how to build strategy when faced with events of true uncertainty like Brexit.

UCL paper into group emotions wins Academy of Management award

Monday, 22 Aug
A new paper by Professor Martin Kilduff at UCL School of Management has won the prestigious “Best Annals Paper of the Year Award” from the Academy of Management Annals.
In the Media

Chia-Jung Tsay says businesses can learn from Tottenham's Mauricio Pochettino

Monday, 15 Aug
Ahead of the new English Premier League (EPL) season, Chia-Jung Tsay tells the BBC what businesses can learn from Tottenham Hotspur manager Mauricio Pochettino.

School of Management makes Complete University Guide Top 10

Friday, 5 Aug
UCL School of Management is one of the top 10 places to business and management studies in the UK, according to the Complete University Guide.

POQ secures $4m to grow app commerce

Thursday, 28 Jul
POQ - the app commerce startup created by two former MSc Technology Entrepreneurship students - has secured $4m in funding as they aim to make app commerce bigger than ecommerce.
In the Media

Financial Times covers Vaughn Tan's research into job descriptions

Monday, 25 Jul
Vaughn Tan speaks to the Financial Times about his research which suggests traditional job descriptions could be a thing of the past.

Fully defined job descriptions are outdated

Wednesday, 20 Jul
For successful innovation, hire high performing people with minimal job descriptions and let them adapt their own roles, research from the UCL School of Management suggests.

'ICE' can help organisations be more fluid and adapt in the digital age

Friday, 15 Jul
The ‘ICE’ framework can help organisations be more fluid and adapt in the digital age according to Rikke Duus, UCL School of Management.
In the Media

Chia-Jung Tsay featured in City A.M

Thursday, 7 Jul
Assistant Professor Chia-Jung Tsay was interviewed by City A.M on her research around hiring 'natural' talent.

UCL responses and guidance on EU referendum result

Monday, 4 Jul
In light of the UK’s vote to leave the European Union, UCL President & Provost Professor Michael Arthur assures UCL students and staff from EU countries that they will continue to be as valued and as welcome as before.
In the Media

Techstars London backs AppraiseMe

Monday, 4 Jul
AppraiseMe, a start-up founded by students studying MSc Technology Entrepreneurship, has been backed by one of London's leading accelerators, Techstars.

How charged is your digital mind?

Wednesday, 29 Jun
Rikke Duus, Senior Teaching Fellow at UCL School of Management, delivered a masterclass at the World Economic Forum earlier this month, addressing the importance of acquiring a digitally-charged mind-set in a fast-paced and interconnected world.

Seeing your customer makes you better at your job

Friday, 10 Jun
The mere sight of a customer motivates you to do your job better, new research from UCL School of Management finds.
In the Media

NBA: Do fans prefer LeBron James because he is naturally gifted?

Friday, 3 Jun
The Wall Street Journal discussed the implications of research from Chia-Jung Tsay, Assistant Professor of Organisation and Innovation, on a sports phenomenon seen in the NBA: assessing whether fans prefer certain players because they are perceived as naturally gifted and not 'strivers.'

Ben Paulo to participate in Mandela Washington Fellowship

Tuesday, 31 May
MSc Technology Entrepreneurship alumnus Ben Paulo has been chosen to participate in the Business and Entrepreneurship track of the Mandela Washington Fellowship 2016.
In the Media

Marco Aponte-Moreno discusses 'war games' in Venezuela

Wednesday, 25 May
As the economic crisis grows in Venezuela, President Nicholas Maduro has deployed the army to strategic areas for two days of 'war games'. Dr Marco Aponte-Moreno, himself a Venezuelan, discusses the ever-changing state of affairs.
In the Media

NFL Career advice: What you know matters more than who you know

Friday, 6 May
Professor of Organizational Behaviour, Martin Kilduff, studied the U.S. National Football League (NFL) to find how the reputation of powerful leaders affects career progression.
In the Media

Peter Clark featured in Star Tribune's article

Wednesday, 4 May
The state of Minnesota largest newspaper Star Tribune has featured Peter Clark in its article 'As deal-making wave crests, three large Minnesota companies will have new owners'. With mergers hitting record valuations last year, he provides an overview of the current situation, illustrating the reason for this surge and who the 'potential targets' are.

The time-money trade off for growth-focused entrepreneurs

Wednesday, 27 Apr
To grow their businesses, entrepreneurs must continually invest both their time and money to generate sales and re-invest the earnings. Despite the popular notion “time is money,” the two resources have different natural properties that leads to several important insights for entrepreneurs, according to Assistant Professor Onesun Steve Yoo from UCL School of Management.

UCL Entrepreneur Vishal Sharma wins NACUE ‪Leaders Summit 2016 Awards

Monday, 25 Apr
UCL Entrepreneurs have won the NACUE ‪Leaders Summit 2016 Awards as 'Best Enterprise Society' in the UK.
In the Media

Onesun Steve Yoo featured in BBC article

Monday, 18 Apr
The BBC have published Onesun Steve Yoo's comments in an article entitled 'How to create something everyone wants.' Steve's research paper 'Optimal Time Allocation for Process Improvement for Growth-Focused Entrepreneurs' has successfully featured in a number of media pieces.

Competitive workplaces hold women back

Wednesday, 13 Apr
Women take competition with other women at work too seriously and it could be damaging their careers, new research from UCL School of Management reveals.
In the Media

Rikke Duus featured in Virgin Entrepreneur's article

Friday, 8 Apr
Virgin.com have posted an article that questions the extent technology is having on our well-being. The article focuses on how rapid developments in technology have made business life easier, but have also added to the pressures of business life.
In the Media

Peter Clark featured in Barron’s article 'How Not to Sell Your Company'

Friday, 8 Apr
Peter Clark, Senior Teaching Fellow at the UCL School of Management, shares his specialist knowledge in M&A market to illustrate the complexity of selling a business.

Nilam Kaushik shortlisted for the 3MT competition finals

Friday, 8 Apr
Congratulations to PhD student Nilam Kaushik who has been selected as one of the top three finalists from the Faculty of Engineering 3 Minute Thesis Competition
In the Media

Kenny Ching featured in BBC’s ‘Mastering a Facebook World’ article

Thursday, 7 Apr
Along with a number of other experts in the field, Kenny Ching, Assistant Professor of Strategy in the School of Management at University College London, shared his specialist knowledge with the BBC about how to build a digital strategy for companies that are lagging behind in this area.

APM and UCL celebrate twenty-years together

Wednesday, 6 Apr
The Association for Project Management (APM) and UCL reunite to celebrate a twenty-year relationship and the accreditation of project management courses.
In the Media

Book launch of Corporate Strategy: Tools for Analysis and Decision-Making

Thursday, 31 Mar
The authors UCL's Bart Vanneste and INSEAD's Phanish Puranam tackle the big decisions that determine whether multi-business companies thrive or falter. Based on over two decades of research and teaching in the world’s leading business schools, this book combines the latest thinking on designing organisations with corporate finance – both key ingredients for a corporate strategist, but which rarely appear together in contemporary books on the topic. By showing corporate strategists how to break down and analyse complex decisions, the authors aim to help improve the quality of corporate strategy choices, show observers how to analyse them and guide students towards understanding them.

UCL Alumni startup Playbrush is shortlisted for two awards

Thursday, 24 Mar
Congratulations to Paul Varga and Toulope Ogunsina, both alumni of the MSc in Technology Entrepreneurship course, who have been shortlisted for two awards; the Duke of York’s Pitch@Palace for the People's Choice Award - Best Entrepreneur, and the 2016 British Inventors’ Project finalists.
In the Media

Peter Antonioni: the changing business of television

Thursday, 24 Mar
UCL Senior Teaching Fellow Peter Antonioni’s in-depth article ‘Community Values: the changing business of television’ on ecnmy.org, uses US comedy ‘Community’ as a perfect case study.
In the Media

From experience to tenacity: Five traits shared by successful entrepreneurs

Wednesday, 9 Mar
Featured in City A.M, MSc Technology Entrepreneurship Programme Director, Chris Coleridge, identifies the key traits he thinks all successful entrepreneurs have in common.

UCL – a “shining example” of support for student entrepreneurs

Thursday, 3 Mar
UCL has been hailed as a “shining example” for supporting student entrepreneurs by the Guardian in an article about whether universities are doing enough to help students start new businesses.

Network like a chameleon for career success

Wednesday, 2 Mar
A new study by Dr Blaine Landis finds that being a social ‘chameleon’ is key to building a successful network within an organisation.

Win a place on the MSc in Technology Entrepreneurship

Thursday, 25 Feb
Enter your business idea into our competition ‘The Panel’, for a chance to win a place on the MSc Technology Entrepreneurship course.

Jane Britton wins 2016 Provost's Teaching Award

Tuesday, 16 Feb
Congratulations to Jane Britton whose outstanding contribution to student learning has been recognised with a Provost's Teaching Award.
In the Media

Management research receives global media coverage

Monday, 15 Feb
Recent research by Chia-Jung Tsay and Sun Young Lee has achieved extensive media coverage, with a combined total of 150 articles and 50,000 shares on social media within the past few months.

The top ten UK cities to launch a start-up

Wednesday, 10 Feb
A UCL School of Management review of the country’s most highly populated towns and cities has revealed the best places to start a business in 2016.

Tech Entrepreneurship graduate featured in Forbes' 30 under 30 Europe

Monday, 8 Feb
MSc Technology Entrepreneurship graduate Marcin Piatkowski has been named in Forbes' 30 under 30 Europe list of the brightest entrepreneurial and management talent looking to bring new ideas to market.

The future will be built on open data – here’s why

Friday, 5 Feb
Using open data presents opportunities for commerce, while also improving communities and everyday living for citizens, writes Rikke Duis in The Conversation.
In the Media

Big-data analytics: the power of prediction

Friday, 29 Jan
Senior Teaching Fellow, Rikke Duus, tells Public Finance that an evidence-based approach using big data is key to efficiency gains in the public sector.

Entrepreneur students pitch their ideas at BASE KX

Monday, 25 Jan
MSc Technology Entreprenuership students took to BASE KX last week to pitch their start-up ideas to colleagues and individuals from the London tech community.

Bert De Reyck wins major research grant from EuroControl

Wednesday, 20 Jan
Professor Bert De Reyck has won a EuroControl research grant for a study which aims to improve the flow of transfer passengers through Heathrow airport.

Top tips for pitching your ideas

Monday, 18 Jan
Chris Coleridge, Programme Director of MSc Technology Entrepreneurship, shares his tips to get the best result from a pitch.
In the Media

Are recruitment practices in higher education self-serving?

Wednesday, 13 Jan
Sun Young Lee explores what her recent findings on the physical attractiveness of job candidates might tell us about recruitment practices in higher education.

How should entrepreneurs invest their limited time?

Tuesday, 12 Jan
To help entrepreneurs relieve their time bottleneck, Assistant Professor Onesun Steve Yoo scientifically revisits the popular mantra of “invest time now to save time later”.

IMB student sets up venture capital movement

Thursday, 17 Dec
IMB student Wong Hoong Chun is helping budding venture capitalists get a foothold in the industry.

Natural talent vs hard work. What do employers prefer?

Monday, 14 Dec
A study by Chia-Jung Tsay reveals that investors unconsciously preference natural talent over hard work among entrepreneurs.

UCL awarded Gold Small Business Charter Award

Thursday, 10 Dec
UCL has been awarded the Small Business Charter Gold Award in recognition of its world-class expertise, resources and consultancy given to support start-ups and small businesses.

Students win first place at ITMB national conference

Wednesday, 9 Dec
BSc Information Management for Business (IMB) students pitched their ideas to leading employers at the recent ITMB North Event in Manchester, with successful results.

Handsome men more likely to be rejected for competitive jobs

Tuesday, 8 Dec
Handsome men may be rejected for competitive jobs, but are preferred for roles that require cooperation, research finds.
In the Media

Record pace of M&A may be too hot for market’s own good

Monday, 7 Dec
Dr Peter Clark forecasts the booming M&A cycle to come to an end during the second quarter of 2017.

Will Venezuela’s government ever accept defeat?

Monday, 7 Dec
Dr Marco Aponte-Moreno and Lance Lattig say Nicolas Maduro's government is pulling out all the stops to win an election it looks almost certain to lose.

Student app uses a banana and data imaging to improve healthcare education

Friday, 4 Dec
Suture Score, which claimed first place at TELHack, aims to improve the suture technique of surgical trainees.

The power of transparency in dining experiences

Wednesday, 18 Nov
A study published in Management Science shows that visually revealing operating processes creates value for both customers and employees.

Preparing Lebanon's brightest tech stars for global success

Friday, 13 Nov
Some of Lebanon's fastest growing tech entrepreneurs will train at UCL School of Management as part of a six-month international accelerator programme.

Making economics engaging: Peter Antonioni takes to the stage at Kilkenomics

Thursday, 5 Nov
Senior Teaching Fellow, Peter Antonioni, is set to appear alongside some of the world’s leading economists and financial analysts at this year's Kilkenomics festival.

New Canary Wharf location to open in 2016

Tuesday, 3 Nov
The UCL School of Management is proud to announce the creation of a new state-of-the-art teaching and research centre to develop a new generation of entrepreneurial leaders.

Why UK universities should cultivate more of a university spirit

Tuesday, 27 Oct
A stronger sense of university spirit could improve students' academic engagement and help improve the overall student experience, a study has found.

Tech companies share key industry trends with students

Thursday, 22 Oct
Leading technology companies SAP, Accenture, IBM and Goldman Sachs yesterday presented to management students on the key critical trends affecting the sector − from the Internet of Things and Big Data, to Cloud and Cybersecurity.

Sir Richard Branson awards start-up by alumni

Thursday, 8 Oct
Sir Richard Branson announces Double Dutch founders and School of Management alumni, Raissa and Joyce de Haas, winners at the Virgin StartUp 2015 Foodpreneur Festival.

UCL introduces Chinese MBA students to London's Tech City

Tuesday, 6 Oct
The UCL School of Management recently hosted Peking University MBA students on a entrepreneurship and innovation study tour of London.

Having the 'right' connections only gets you so far

Thursday, 1 Oct
Working with a highly reputable corporate leader may only help your career in the short term, a joint UCL study has found.
In the Media

School Director interviewed on FT.com

Friday, 18 Sep
Director Bert De Reyck speaks with Della Bradshaw, FT Business Education Editor, on the launch of the UCL School of Management.
In the Media

UCL School of Management featured in Financial Times

Tuesday, 4 Aug
The launch of the UCL School of Management featured in the Business Education section of the ft.com on 30th July 2015.

Launch of the UCL School of Management

Sunday, 2 Aug
The UCL School of Management was established on 1st August 2015, significantly expanding UCL’s research and teaching in business and management, and with a focus on innovation, technology management, analytics, and entrepreneurship.

Dr Rikke Duus discusses the dangers of intelligent data

Monday, 20 Jul
Rikke Duus writes in The Conversation around intuitive technologies and how they may pose a danger to what it means to be human.

Dr. Marco Aponte-Moreno and Lance Lattig publish in The Conversation

Wednesday, 24 Jun
Senior Teaching Fellow Dr. Marco Aponte-Moreno and Teaching Fellow Lance Lattig have published an article in The Conversation this week. The piece explores the relationship between the Brazilian President, Dilma Rousseff, and her Venezuelan counterpart, Nicolas Maduro, in light of an increasingly unstable political climate in both countries.

Rikke Duus' article for The Conversation reaches 700,000 views

Tuesday, 23 Jun
An article written by Rikke Duus for The Conversation has become the most read article to date from a UCL contributor.

Tingliang Huang wins best paper award

Tuesday, 5 May
A paper written by Tingliang Huang has won the 2014 Wickham Skinner Best Paper Award of the Production and Operations Management (POM) Journal.

Fantasy Frontbench — Giving the public a way to directly compare politicians

Thursday, 23 Apr
A political tech start-up run by departmental learning technologist Matt Smith. Compare politicians on the issues that matter most to you.

Former MSc TE students create unique Android app for House of Fraser

Wednesday, 18 Feb
House of Fraser, a leading UK premium department store group, has launched an Android app powered by the Poq Studio platform, a startup company founded by former MSc Technology Entrepreneurship students.

Europe-wide new initiative to enhance small business growth

Sunday, 1 Feb
OPENISME, a new initiative designed to improve access for small business to the expertise that universities can provide as a way to boost their growth.

UCL Management Science and Innovation world-leading in terms of research

Thursday, 18 Dec
Research performed in Management Science and Innovation has been rated as “world-leading” by the Research Excellence Framework 2014.

Solar-powered 'Desolenator' launched to disrupt global water crisis

Friday, 12 Dec
MSc Technology Entrepreneurship alumnus Gal Moore's clean technology start up launches solar powered 'Desolenator' to solve the world water crisis.

MSI startup celebrates first place at Europe’s biggest technology conference

Monday, 17 Nov
Basestone, founded by MSc in Technology Entrepreneurship graduate Alex Siljanovski, has been crowned 2014’s Best Startup at Web Summit in Dublin.