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She has an MBA from Leeds University Business School and is a member of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development.
He had just graduated from the Leeds University Business School in England with a B.
The research was carried out by the Credit Management Research Centre at Leeds University Business School, the Centre for Management Buyout Research at Nottingham University Business School, and The Entrepreneurship and Innovation Centre, University of Birmingham Business School, and was commissioned by the British Private Equity and Venture Capital Association (BVCA).
The three speakers will be Professor Constantine S Katsikeas who holds the Arnold Ziff research chair in marketing and international management at Leeds University Business School, Professor Leyland Pitt, of the Segal Graduate School of Business, Simon Fraser University, Vancouver, Canada, and senior research fellow at Leeds University Business School and Dr Dayananda Palihawadana, the director of studies and the director of MSc in the international marketing management programme at Leeds University Business School.
Professor Katsikeas is Arnold Ziff research chair in marketing and international management at Leeds University Business School.
Professor Nick Wilson, of Leeds University Business School, said: "Given the current economic outlook, it will be interesting to see how changing economic conditions impact key aspects of family life and, in particular, whether confidence in job security remains as buoyant next quarter.
One of the prize courses is a three-year undergraduate programme in management at Leeds University Business School worth more than pounds 45k.
Professor Bill Gerrard, from the Leeds University Business School suggests that clubs such as Aston Villa, are not yet likely candidates for takeovers.