Departments

 

King’s Business Club is composed of two branches of departments: Marketing and Organising. The Organising body is the largest and is comprised of four highly specialised departments, each of which exist to enhance King’s Business Club’s delivery of education and opportunity to its members.

 

Executive

Executive

Leadership of the committee is comprised of the President, Vice President and their heads of departments. They drive the society and determine its direction each academic year. This year, they are committed to reorganising the structure and administration of the committee, ensuring equality among the committee and the society as a whole, and exploring greater avenues of opportunities to offer. In doing so they hope to sustain the growth of the society while paving the fresh concrete foundations for future generations of the committee.

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Marketing

We are a strategic team that is key to enabling the delivery of all events and activities, and are responsible for the promotion and reinforcement of the society. The Marketing Team aims to gain the attention of key potential audiences and partners, and strives to maintain relationships with them, while being committed to delivering the best possible experience for our members and our committee.

For the 2019 academic year, we have been instrumental in executing the rebranding initiative, and the continued growth of all our social media platforms. Furthermore, in line with this year's committee objectives, we strive to open up opportunities to faculties beyond the Business School as well as reinforcing equality goals among our members.

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Startups & Business

Startups & Business

The startups & business department aims to connect enthusiastic and curious students with industry leaders and top founders, in order to inspire, gather contacts and spread innovation. We develop and encourage the entrepreneurship mentality and knowledge at King's by organising Ideas' competitions, bringing renowned speakers and hosting networking panels.

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Consulting

The Consulting division has three main aims: first, we are providing King’s students with exclusive networking and insight events with top-tier companies; second, we provide tailored consulting application advice from CV workshops to the KCLBC Case Club for selected participants; third, we take part in the organisation of London Case Competition.

Consulting

International Relations

International Relations

The International Relations Department of the King's Business Club provides a platform to visit various local and international firms and gain exclusive insights. It ensures an invaluable networking opportunity and a chance to learn the dynamics of the working culture of the city. Moreover, students get first hand cultural exposure which is a vital component of business communication.

Finance

The finance division aims to inform members about the financial industry and its opportunities as well as to help them develop important knowledge and skills, crucial to being successful within the industry.

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Resources

 

Documents for prospective applicants to our committee, and anyone interested in the structure and organisation of the society, our policies, guidelines and strategies.

 

 

Constitution

Our constitution establishes the fundamental principles and precedents by which our society adheres to. It governs the function and structure of the King’s Business Club committee in order to ensure the continued delivery of our core values.

The KBC constitution as of 02/07/2019

 

Branding & Style Guidelines

These guidelines aim to ensure the integrity of the KBC brand and its presentation on all forms of visual media. The guidelines will be continually updated to reflect the needs of the society and remove any inconsistencies and deficiencies within the content itself. Further branding and visual resources are available on request.

The KBC Branding & Style Guideline as of 14/07/2019

 

Application Process

Most applications for committee positions at the King’s Business Club will require a cover letter and CV as well as an additional interview process. Such an extensive process is necessary for the breadth of applications which we receive, we also endeavour to provide you with a constructive experience through our application process.

Open Positions:

Academic Representatives Sub-Committee

 

Get in Touch

Contact

King’s College London

30 Aldwych, Holborn, London WC2B 4BG

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