medway business cluB
Bringing Professionals Together to Support and Develop the Medway Towns
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Exclusive opportunities to promote your business and become part of the Medway Business & Education Community
A Business Engagement and Knowledge Transfer Club Managed and Owned by its Members
Mrs Margaret Wilson - Founding President
Margaret has worked in the Higher Education sector for over 20 years before opening her first Coffee Shop in Medway Kent www.tolgatecoffee.co.uk She has also set-up and managed several small buisnesses, including catering, web-building and distribution of psychology-related goods and services.
Margaret set up the Medway Business Club to bring successful business people in the area together, not only for business networking and enagement but also for the benefit of the Medway economy and contribute to the community with her focus on making opportunities available to young people in the form of start-up funding, entrepreneurship opportunities and funding and/or mentoring, and also opportunities for the Arts and Sports in Medway.
Dr Philip Corr - Vice President
Professor Corr has held several Professorial positions at top universities across the UK. His professional affiliations include: Chartered Psychologist of the British Psychological Society (BPS); Chartered Scientist of the Science Council; and Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts (FRSA). He is currently Professor of Psychology (Behavioural Economics) at City, University of London. Philip has over 150 scientific journal articles and he has writtne books on a variety of topics, including behavioural economics for beginners.
Philip is one of the Co-Founding Presidents of the British Society for the Psychology of Individual Differences (BSPID), and currently was the elected President of the International Society for the Study of Individual Differences (ISSID). Philip holds editorial positions with scientific journals and he is the Founding Editor-in-Chief of the scientific journal, Personality Neuroscience, published by Cambridge University Press.
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