The NHS COVID-19 app has brought issues of security and privacy in technology adoption to the fore. In this blog, Dr Emma Williams and Dr Emma Slade discuss their current research project exploring consumer adoption of smart home technology and ask… How smart a user are you of smart devices?
Coronavirus: Retailers will need to find ‘new ways’ to attract consumers after the pandemic says Senior Lecturer in Marketing Dr Eleonora Pantano.
Finding the value in lockdown | Dr Fiona Spotswood, Senior Lecturer in Management
The nation is being asked to comply with fundamental changes to our everyday lives, and yet there will be no changes to the profile of COVID-19 infections and deaths for weeks or months. Nothing but more loss. (more…)
The Chancellor of the Exchequer delivered his Budget to Parliament on 11 March 2020. In response, Dr Daniel Tischer, Lecturer in Management at the University of Bristol stated;
A paper co-authored by Management’s Head of School, Professor Palie Smart, has won an award from the Journal of Product Innovation Management (JPIM).
News of natural disasters, the activism of Greta Thunberg and the UK government’s commitment to reduce carbon to net zero by 2020 have brought sustainability to the forefront of public attention, but how can businesses play their part? (more…)
Cooling for Life explores Solar-driven cold stores for Rwandan farmers to minimise post-harvest losses. The aim of the project is to contribute to achieving sustainable development through climate solutions in sub-Saharan African (SSA) countries, starting with Rwanda.
Tuesday 14th January saw The Future Economy Network run their first event of 2020, at their member’s central offices, Metro Bank. The business breakfast, titled The Problem With Growth, was well attended by a diverse range of businesses all looking to discuss growth and sustainability.