The Publication’s department aims to harbour the creative and academic insights of students, academics, and professionals into a single digital hub.
The department is responsible for the King’s Business Review, a homegrown online publications platform that stimulates the exchange and generation of ideas and helps to inspire the next generation.
The platform seeks to stimulate intellectual discussion, like a modern lyceum, on topics including but not limited to finance, politics, technology, art and more.
Our main goal with KBR is to de-mystify and encourage conversations of Business and Finance which can be intimidating to many.
Through the articles and op-eds as part of the KBR initiative, readers will be able to access content which emphasises the importance of these two fields and their presence in the everyday world. KBR is where business meets the rest of the world.
KBR will feature five categories: Finance & Economics, Politics Arts & Culture, Science & Technology and @King’s. these five spaces will encapsulate and harbour creative works by contributors to showcase the business world’s hold over the rest of the world and vice versa.
All applicants are expected to have a general understanding of the society, its purpose and its work. There are ample resources available on the website and on relevant social media platforms.
Documents for prospective applicants to our department, and anyone interested in the structure and organisation of the society, our policies, guidelines and strategies.
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.
Aims & Strategies
A written document that outlines the strategies and their respective aims and objectives for the academic year. This formally establishes the direction of motion for the department and enables for a measure of growth and development. Due to the sensititve nature of the document, it is only partially available publically, but may prove to be useful for prospective applicants.
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.
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30 Aldwych, Holborn, London WC2B 4BG