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Category Archives: Primary Schools

20 Dec

Fashion management students measure up!

Keen to measure the impact of Business on the Move, Zoe Hinton of the Fashion Business School and London College of Fashion recently combined playing the game with a ‘Before & After’ survey conducted with her students.

04 Nov

Events

By popular demand workshops will continue to run during 2019 introducing schools, colleges, universities and training organisations to Business on the Move all over the UK. Workshops are sometimes arranged by an existing sponsor, sometimes by a business that is looking for an effective way to engage with (a) local school(s) and sometimes by schools, colleges and universities directly. The common denominator is seeing Business on the […]

26 Sep

New Global Edition takes centre stage at FIATA 2018 in New Delhi

  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.

03 May

The Top Three!

 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.

26 Aug

Challenge players by using Newsflashes!

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.

04 May

Business on the Move wows Warwick!

On  Friday, April 28, full-time students on the MSc in Supply Chain and Logistics played Business on the Move for the first time at the University of Warwick.

28 Feb

Business on the Move throws its first dice in Ireland

Arranged by Stuart Burke of IIFA Full Trading Member Hytech Logistics, Business on the Move arrived in Ireland at St. Oliver Plunkett’s Primary School in Malahide, Co. Dublin with Mr. Fortune’s 5th class pupils on Thursday 16th February 2017.