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17
Nov
2017
New research reveals that social media advertising can be a highly effective channel for driving long-term brand impact and the most successful brands will be the ones who appear most ‘human’.
Srin in front of scenic view
17
Nov
2017
‘This marks the start of an exciting and historic new chapter in our mission to make travel accessible for disabled people around the world,’ said co-founder Srin Madipalli.
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15
Nov
2017
A new programme has been launched to prepare senior leaders across Further Education who are aspiring to become a Principal or CEO within the next two years.
The Business Research Hub
15
Nov
2017
The Hub will act as a central office for three of the School’s programmes that focus on corporate purpose: Mutuality in Business, the Ford Foundation Programme on Corporate Ownership and Purpose and the Oxford/EY programme on Changing Conceptions of Corporate Purpose.
Tony receives award
15
Nov
2017
The WCIB prize is awarded annually to the student who produces the best piece of extended written work related to finance, as judged by Oxford Saïd.
lock
15
Nov
2017
As blockchain technology promises to radically overhaul the nature of business, changing the job landscape and disrupting across industries, Saïd Business School, University of Oxford is launching a new digital blockchain strategy short course to prepare executives.
Professor Louise Richardson
08
Nov
2017
Alumnae from the Women Transforming Leadership Programme share success stories and reflect on their experience at Oxford Saïd
Building blue sky
07
Nov
2017
Facebook becomes the seventh partner to join Oxford Saïd’s Future of Marketing Initiative.
Hands hold iphone
06
Nov
2017
Called Greater Change, the mobile phone platform will allow the public to make secure, cashless donations to the homeless.
O'Reilly presenting
06
Nov
2017
There is talk of Universal Basic Income as the only way to support humankind in the coming jobless future, in which machines and algorithms will exist only to further enrich a very few. But, O’Reilly asked, ‘Is there really no work left for humans to do?

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