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Meet the experts

Here are just some of our many leading academics who are working with businesses in the UK and beyond.

Professor Kamal Bechkoum

Professor Kamal Bechkoum

Kamal is a world leading cyber security expert, with an international background. His specialties include artificial intelligence, leadership and international collaboration. He recently led a £3m cyber security project to produce highly skilled cyber professionals, which involved working with the likes of Raytheon, Northrop Grumman, GCHQ, IRM and the National Cyber Skills Centre.

Professor Janet Dwyer

Professor Janet Dwyer

Janet is Director of the Countryside and Community Research Institute, our collaboration with the Royal Agricultural University and Hartpury College for the purposes of research, education and knowledge exchange. Janet's research expertise centres on European and UK rural development policy and practice. She is well-known in policy-making circles in the UK and EU, has skills in facilitation and consensus-building, and is a regular speaker at international conferences.

Professor Neil Towers

Professor Neil Towers

Neil is an internationally recognised expert in agile digital retail marketing, supply chain management, small business growth and applied research. He is Editor-in-Chief of the International Journal of Retail & Distribution Management, is an expert adviser for several international bodies and he makes frequent media appearances. Neil has authored a number of sector policy reports, as well as papers in retail operations, supply chain and agility processes.

Working With Us

The Jockey Club - Since 1750

The University of Gloucestershire recently worked with The Jockey Club on a project that aimed to put a cash figure on the economic impact of the world-famous Cheltenham Festival.

Ian Renton, Regional Director for The Jockey Club (South West), said: "The University of Gloucestershire has produced a comprehensive report which has revealed a staggering figure of what the Festival brings to the Gloucestershire economy. We have known for many years that many of the local businesses have a significant turnover during the four days of The Festival but we are delighted that we have been able to put a figure on this impact and thank the team at the university for all their hard work in bringing this report to life."

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