Category: Bayes Business School Alumni Stories

Saving the world, one coffee at a time

Francois de Vinols and Koorosh Madani (both BSc Investment and Financial Risk Management, 2013) were best friends from day one at Cass, and have now returned, bringing their innovative coffee cup advertising concept, and using the revenue for the tricky recycling process. We spoke to them about it. Tell me about your time at Cass!…Continue Reading Saving the world, one coffee at a time

#Cassat50: Sasha Saenko, 2011 & 2012

Sasha studied BSc Management (2008-2011) and MSc Supply Chain, Trade & Finance (2011-2012), and is still involved with the Cass Consultancy Society, through which she mentors a current Cass student. She is a management consultant at PwC. We caught up for our continuing #Cassat50 series. Why did you come to Cass? I think the main…Continue Reading #Cassat50: Sasha Saenko, 2011 & 2012

The Career Mastery: Why Should We Hire You? The Ultimate Answer Guide

Deniz Sasal (Executive MBA, 2013) currently works for PwC Consulting, and has started his own careers blog that will “share valuable insider information that most hiring managers wouldn’t share”. We have been allowed to publish extracts from the blog. You can read more on thecareermastery.com. How To Answer: Why Should We Hire You? Well, to…Continue Reading The Career Mastery: Why Should We Hire You? The Ultimate Answer Guide

#Cassat50: Peter Johnson, 1968

Peter Johnson (MSc Administrative Sciences – now MBA Administrative Sciences, 1968) left the UK after studying at the Business School, and went on to career successes in Holland and Canada. We chatted about how his life evolved after studying with us for our continuing #Cassat50 series. Why did you come to Cass? My first degree…Continue Reading #Cassat50: Peter Johnson, 1968