The Open University Business School (OUBS) is running a free 48 hour online event for managers, business leaders and students to exchange ideas, join in discussions and hear from leading academics and top practicing global managers.
The Online Business Exchange takes place on 29 and 30 June 2016 and offers live video sessions, live chat discussions, open chat forums and online activities.
Whether you are the CEO of a small firm, a mid-level manager, self-employed or a business student the Exchange offers the perfect opportunity to take your business, career or knowledge to the next level. You will hear the latest ideas in business management from top global managers and academics, as well as have the chance to get involved in discussions with leading experts.
Subjects covered will include the digital economy – specifically in relation to supply chain management, and the latest thinking in sales, marketing and finance in the digital environment.
The Exchange will address some of the most important questions for business leaders today such as:
- How do you manage market segmentation in an increasingly digital environment?
- What types of funding available for new business start-ups?
- How are perspectives on the role and behaviour of the consumer changing?
- How does the digital supply chain work?
To view the programme and to find out more go to the Online Business Exchange website.
The Digital Economy – Take your learning further
Find out how The Open University Business School can help you develop the business, management and marketing skills to thrive in the digital economy and take your first steps towards an MBA.
The Digital Economy Program is a flexible program of online courses, offered via UK MOOC provider FutureLearn, that will help you get to grips with new technologies and understand the impact they could have on your operations, sales and long-term success.
Holders of FutureLearn Certificates of Achievement for all four Digital Economy courses can earn 15 UK credits towards The Open University Business School’s flexible MBA by passing a linked Open University assessment course (requiring separate OU registration and fee). Find further information about OU registration, the assessment course and our MBA in the entry requirements.
To find out more visit the FutureLearn website.