Projects - Dissemination
Dissemination

Worshipful Company of Educators

Worshipful Company of Educators
Supporting seminars on 'Careers Advice and Guidance'

The Worshipul Company of Educators, with grant support from the Commercial Education Trust, devoted the 2014 Master's Series of five seminars to 'Careers Advice and Guidance' which addressed the increasing concerns expressed by employers, educational institutions, students and others on the limited range of careers advice and guidance that is available to young people at various stages of their educational journey. [ More ]

Junior Chamber International London

Junior Chamber International London
Developing leadership skills within the younger business community

The Junior Chamber International London ("JCIL") promotes the continous professional development of its members by providing the opportunity for them to become more acquainted with all commercial and industrial activities. [ More ]

The World Traders' Company Charitable Trust

The World Traders' Company Charitable Trust
Tacitus Lecture

The Trust has been a main supporter of the Tacitus Lecture since 2006. The Lecture was inaugurated in 1988 and is now believed to be the largest event of its type in the City of London. It is held annually in the Guildhall and provides the World Traders' Company with an opportunity to demonstrate to a wider audience its concern with issues affecting world trade. This notable event has attracted important speakers of prestige and distinction in diverse fields concerned with world trade. Grants totalling more than £50,000 have been made. [ More ]

The Worshipful Company of Chartered Secretaries and Administrators General Charitable Trust Fund

The Worshipful Company of Chartered Secretaries and Administrators General Charitable Trust Fund
Rivers Lecture

CET has been the main funder of the Rivers Lecture over the last fifteen years. A wide range of distinguished speakers has been attracted to address City audiences on key business topics. The relationship with the Trust goes back to 1997 and during the early years the Trust also supported the charity’s work in the educational field by funding scholarships, bursaries and prizes. Grants totalling more than £150,000 have been awarded. [ More ]

Business Education Trust

Business Education Trust

CET supported the Business Education Trust ("BET") with a grant of £10,000 to enable them to establish the BET website as a platform to disseminate information and guidance to wounded, sick and injured (WIS) personnel from the Armed Forces. [ More ]

The Worshipful Company of Marketors

The Worshipful Company of Marketors
Annual City Lecture

CET was, alongside the Chartered Institute of Marketing, a main supporter of the Marketors’ Company’s Annual City Lecture for a three year period between 2009 and 2011.   One of the lectures was given by Kevin Roberts, Worldwide CEO of Saatchi & Saatchi, on the subject Carnival of Light – Creating Loyalty Beyond Reason in the World Today. In a fascinating presentation he explored the power of creativity, interactivity and sustainability to make a difference in today’s fast-paced and financially challenging environment.  [ More ]

Goodenough College

Goodenough College
The changing role of business in the 21st century: Meeting the challenges of a globalised world.

A series of four conferences funded by the Trust, Goodenough College and the 21st Century Trust (part). The purpose is to explore the changing role of business and some of the key challenges it faces, its interface with governments and civil society and scenarios of its future development in the coming generation. The Trust is contributing £100,000 over two years. [ More ]

Dr Spinder Dhaliwal

Dr Spinder Dhaliwal
Learning from the Asian phenomenon

A programme of workshops given by Dr Spinder Dhaliwal,  an academic from the School of Management, University of Surrey, funded by the Trust. The aim is to inspire College, University and MBA students with entrepreneurial role models from an Asian background. The target is to reach, inspire and motivate a minimum of 700 students. The Trust has contributed £20,000. [ More ]

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