By popular demand workshops continue to run during 2020 introducing Business on the Move to schools, colleges, universities and businesses to all over the UK. If you want more detail, please contact us in the first instance at email@example.com
Sponsor, Tej Contractor of freight forwarder MCC Container Lines Pvt. Ltd (and Executive Committee Member of the Federation of Freight Forwarders Associations in India and President of the Indian Institute of Freight Forwarders) is leading from the front with the new Global Edition of Business on the Move.
Peter Acton, the Chair of the Logistics Leaders’ Network, has announced at Multimodal 2018 which 3 entries he has judged to be the best from the shortlist of twelve cards for the new Advanced ‘Air & Sea’ and ‘Rail & Road’ packs.
____________________________________________________________________________ The initial and ongoing rationale behind the educational board game, Business on the Move, was and is to excite and inspire the next generation of logisticians through its use in schools and colleges across the UK. The game captures the essence of managing the wide variety of factors impacting on moving goods from […]
Initiative teaches young people about supply chains using an interactive game and class sessions. Peel Ports Group aims to visit local schools and colleges in the Liverpool City Region. The Maritime and Logistics Sector in the Liverpool City Region supports 34,000 jobs with a forecasted 28,000 new jobs available by 2030. Peel Ports Group have […]
Right at the heart of playing Business on the Move is the challenge to players of all ages to respond appropriately to whatever events and changes in circumstance throw at them.
We are delighted to let all our partners and supporters know that Business on the Move has just won the Cross Curriculum Silver Award for 2017.
Professor Omera Khan, Programme Director at the University of London, recently invited Business on the Move to be used to introduce her postgraduate students to her course, MSc International Supply Chain Management. This presented a wonderful opportunity to test the versatility of Business on the Move, not only in an advanced academic context, but also […]
Our winner of Supply Chain Challenge 2016 at the IMHX event at the NEC is Živilė Valaityte, a student at the University of Huddersfield, shown here being presented with her prize of a copy of Business on the Move by David Leach, Senior Lecturer and NOVUS Programme Director at the University.
Recently Proteus Software and Solihull Council worked in partnership to host a Business on the Move workshop for local students. Aiming to inspire, educate, inform and enthuse young people about the logistics industry, feedback from participants confirmed that the day proved to be a great success.