October 2016: Professor Sally Randles and Professor Julia Clarke are travelling to the Academy of Business in Society (ABIS) in Brussels on 28 October. They will be joined with SEEG PhD members Kate McLoughlin and Helena Kettleborough, along with the Marie Curie ‘Innovation 4 Sustainability’ Network of Excellence PhDs.
February 2014: SEEG co-founder Liz Walley wins Gold in MMU’s Green Impact Awards.
The Sustainable and Ethical Enterprise Group (SEEG) was founded by a small group of individuals in 2012 who were brought together through a belief that sustainability and ethical conduct are critical issues for all organisations in the 21st century.
Since then the group has grown rapidly and in 2013 was given knowledge cluster status by the university to act as a hub for sustainable and ethical activities.
SEEG has its own dedicated website, so for more information please visit http://www.business.mmu.ac.uk/seeg.
Visit the SEEG website for a full list of forthcoming and previous meetings.