Category Archives: Business Engagement

Knowledge Exchange Tour heads North for day 3 at the University of Durham

Wednesday 3rd July marked the second half of our 4 day Knowledge Exchange Programme tour 2013, and commenced the Northern leg of the programme. The day was opened in the delightful surroundings of St Johns College, Durham University, by Dinah Bennett who gave an introduction to Durham University and to ICE and to its experience

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Knowledge Exchange Programme Oxford University & entrepreneurship

The second day of our 4 day Knowledge Exchange Programme tour centred around innovation and entrepreneurship in education, with the appropriate setting of Oxford University, Britain’s oldest university. The Malaysia/UK delegation received a warm welcome from Richard Briant, Fellow of St Cross College and Gay Haskins, Associate Fellow of Saïd Business School, who introduced Oxford University

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Knowledge Exchange Programme entering day two

Yesterday, day 1 of a 4 day Knowledge Exchange Programme , was an overwhelmingly positive experience.  A full day programme at the House of Lords, introduced by Helene Martin-Gee, Chief Adviser to the All Party Parliamentary Group on Entrepreneurship, was followed by presentations and discussions across a wide spectrum of topics associated with enterprise and

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A platform for Asian-European collaboration through unique Knowledge Exchange Programme 1 – 4 July 2013

A platform for collaboration An inaugural Knowledge Exchange Programme, Economic Prosperity through Enterprise Education, will take place between 1st and 4th July to provide a platform for debate and discussion to further energise the Entrepreneurial Sectors in both Malaysia and the UK. We are proud to welcome Malaysian entrepreneurs, together with delegates representing the Malaysian

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How can banks respond to the shift to a small business economy?

Banks and providers of other financial services world-wide are increasingly aware that their future profitability and prosperity lies with the premium small business sector.  In Europe and the USA for example, a substantial proportion of the total profits generated by the major banks derives from their small business customer base. As the commercial environment changes

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Women’s Business Awards provide a hot-bed for creating social capital

All organisations thrive on their networks.  Opportunities for some women in business to develop social capital through networking, however, can be limited, and Women’s Business Awards, in my experience, can do a lot to fill the gap. Business Awards can pro-actively increase opportunities for social contacts in terms of volume, quality, diversity and in a

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ICE and partners host unique Knowledge Exchange Tour

ICE and partners Capital Corporate Communications (CCC) Malaysia will host a unique Knowledge Exchange Tour during Summer 2013 which will provide powerful new insights into Entrepreneurship and Enterprise, starting at the House of Lords and ending in the North East of England. The extensive 4 day programme, which will take place between July 1st – 4th 2013, will give delegates

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Customer Feedback

“Dinah is knowledgeable and passionate about her subject and I wholeheartedly recommend her. She has the happy knack of being able to deliver potentially dry, technical matter in an engaging way. Her insight was invaluable to me in my role of Business Manager’s Assistant at a major high street bank, and added considerable value to the support I was able to give to my Manager, and most importantly, my customers.” Steve Ellis

“Working with ICE has been invaluable; they have enabled us to not only build capacity and networks but have supported us to position our services and build confidence as an organisation.” Sarah Miller, Millin Centre

“Dinah Bennett is highly effective at coordinating stakeholders, at collating the correct data and at producing a relevant and cohesive solution or recommendation. She is a joy to work with and respected by her peers and associates.” Madi Sharma

“Dinah is a fantastic workshop leader who is well-respected in many fields, enthusiastic, charismatic and was an inspiration for the sixth form students in this girls’ schools.” Karen Anderson, Queen Margaret’s School

“Dinah’s presentations enable lasting transformations.” Vimala Sundram, Capital Corporate Communications