Businesses across East Anglia are turning to interns and placement students from the University of East Anglia (UEA) to help innovate, digitalise and future-proof their organisations.
UEA is looking for people with entrepreneurial skills in the heritage, technology or business sector who would be interested in mentoring groups of PhD researchers working on innovation projects from January to April 2019.
One clue to successful growth: accountability is vital. Never walk by. Do what you say you will do.
For the happy occasion of Norfolk Network’s 15th birthday, Karen Jones was the perfect guest speaker. Not only is she a UEA alumna, now returned to the university as chancellor, but she is a lifelong entrepreneur in the hospitality business, and – in...
A special event on June 19th will showcase the UEA's world leading psychology expertise and cutting edge technology that can help us understand the behaviour of our customers.
UEA is a proud platinum sponsor of Norfolk Network and keen to support members in their professional development. As such, we’re pleased to offer one network member a scholarship of 50% towards an Executive MBA at Norwich Business School.
This year's Norfolk Network scholar Mark gives us a snapshot of how his life has been over the last 16 months at Norwich Business School.
Lindsey Mack, Director at CloudQast, has just completed his Executive MBA on a Norfolk Network scholarship at Norwich Business School. Read more about Lindsey’s reflections on the course and how it has changed the way he thinks about his future.
It's marvellous seeing undergraduates networking at Norfolk Network and then return in a professional capacity. Hannah Smith volunteered on the events team for over 18 months and we were thrilled to see her return as a graduate and business analyst.