News Centre

 

Kent Business School signals ambition with new appointments

Kent Business School has signalled its ambition to strengthen its position as a leading business school with two new senior appointments.

Martin MeyerLeading expert on business and innovation Professor Martin Meyer will take over as Director in July, although he will join in April. He comes to Kent from the University of Sussex, where he has been Head of Business and Management.

Professor Meyer's research has focussed on knowledge exchange, academic patenting and emerging science-based technologies. He has a particular interest in innovation and nanotechnologies and the way technologies and knowledge can transfer between universities and business.

And, in a further move to enhance its research and teaching base, Kent Business School has welcomed Professor Professor Veronica WongVeronica Wong to head its marketing group. Professor Wong has also joined Kent from the University of Sussex, where she led in a number of research areas, including knowledge and innovation management.

Professor Meyer said: 'I am looking forward to taking up my new position at Kent Business School. The School has a well-established reputation as a leading regional centre for business and management research, teaching and engagement, which I believe we can build on nationally and indeed internationally.

'One of my first priorities will be to further strengthen the School's links with businesses in the region to facilitate the mutually-beneficial transfer of cutting-edge knowledge and expertise.'

Kent Business School operates at both the University's Canterbury and Medway campuses. It is a research-intensive business school that produces rigorous and applicable knowledge, develops employable graduates and informs the practice of management in public and private, local and global communities for a sustainable future.



Contact: M.J.Herrema@kent.ac.uk

Story published at 3:56pm 8 February 2013

#Expert comment from @KentLawSchool on introduction of judge quotas to achieve balanced judiciary http://t.co/iN8vvHfLbM #law

Posted about 21 hours ago

Criminologist @SSPSSR refutes lead in petrol link to #crime @BBCNews http://t.co/UzLwVGHnCz

Posted about 23 hours ago

#TheVoice finalist records his first professional tracks @UniKentMFA recording studio http://t.co/S181hYBjK5

Posted 1 day ago

Corporate Communications - © University of Kent

The University of Kent, Canterbury, Kent, CT2 7NZ, T: +44 1227 764000

Last Updated: 23/05/2013