Successful Small Business Charter Award reassessment
The Small Business Charter (SBC) Award recognises the UK's leading business schools that champion entrepreneurship education, support student entrepreneurship, while working with and supporting small and medium sized businesses in their local area.
Following a visit from a team of assessors in late 2019, the SBC has re-accredited Nottingham University Business School.
The SBC assessors commented
The business school uses the Haydn Green Institute (HGI) to provide the core of its focus on SME engagement and wider enterprise agenda. The mission of the business school incorporates the strategic role of enterprise. The HGI absolutely underpins this mission and vision. The level of staff and the HGI as a whole is impressive. The level of engagement equally so.
The School's vision is to foster responsible business and management through focusing on the following:
- Strengthening international entrepreneurship education at the Malaysia and China campuses to support local businesses to deal with local issues in those regions
- Support SMEs in the social and environmental sectors as well as other disciplines
- The development of a civic role locally in the UK in conjunction with Nottingham Trent University
34 business schools in the UK currently hold the Small Business Charter.
Find out more about the Haydn Green Institute for Innovation and Entrepreneurship (HGI) at Nottingham.
Posted on Monday 3rd February 2020