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Norwich Business School Presents Annual Review Shine&Rise

FIG features prominently in the publication's partnership section with an article titled 'Close friends grow closer.'

Norwich Business School (NBS) has published the third edition of the school’s annual magazine detailing their activities and achievements over the last year and their future ambitions. This year’s Shine&Rise includes a statement from FIG chair, Steve Davidson and FIG board member, Anna Douglas (Relationship Manager at UEA) on the continued success of the partnership between NBS and FIG, and the benefit of collaboration for both the University and the FIG community (page 22).

You can also learn more about Norwich Business School’s growth over the last 10 years, its partnerships around the world, the research and impact its academics are having and its world-class teaching and degree programmes.

Access the full publication here: Shine and Rise 2019-20

About the author

Sam West

Sam West
University of East Anglia

info@fignorwich.org

Sam is a relationship administrator in the Research and Innovation division at UEA.

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