A graphic designer has made the leap to project manager with the help of Leicester Castle Business School (LCBS).
Business leaders have praised the success of this year’s Leicester Business Festival which drew more than 10,000 people to the region.
A Leicester Castle Business School student has boosted her skills and employability by undertaking a marketing-based project for a leading UK food manufacturer.
Funding cuts to arts organisations have left many in the region looking for new income streams. New research has shown that there are opportunities to bring in money by enthusing patrons.
A Leicester Castle Business School graduate has gone from playing for the youngest football club in the league to working for the oldest – Notts County F.C.
Master’s students enjoyed a “thrilling opportunity” to learn how the creative and sports industries work in another country.
Successful entrepreneurs shared the highs and lows of their business journeys at an event packed with top tips, practical advice and inspiration for start-ups.
Experts from Leicester Castle Business School (LCBS) are offering advice on topics from starting a business to taking your company global at a series of taster sessions today.
Former England Rugby ace Leon Lloyd inspired future leaders with his story of life after sport at a Leicester Business Festival event.
Tennis player Thomas Judd netted himself the perfect experience as part of his Master’s course at Leicester Castle Business School.
Curve – one of the UK’s leading producing theatres – has partnered with Leicester Castle Business School at De Montfort University Leicester (DMU) to provide industry-based experience to students of a new MSc module.
Architecture in Abu Dhabi, business in Beijing and content creation in Cambodia – these are just some of the incredible #DMUglobal opportunities available.