CLES Deputy Chief Executive awarded Honorary position at University of Salford
The CLES Deputy Chief Executive, Matthew Jackson has been awarded the Honorary position of Industrial Research Fellow at the Salford Business School, University of Salford. The role recognises Matthew’s work around procurement and social value, both in the UK and across Europe.
As part of the role, Matthew will be undertaking guest lecturing, commencing with a lecture to a delegation of Mayors, local government practitioners and businesses from Finland on Wednesday 1st November.
Neil McInroy, Chief Executive of CLES said:
‘This is great news and well deserved. Collaboration and an enduring relationship with universities and other bodies is central to CLES’ ‘think and do’ ethos. Given the challenging economic, social and environmental context, forward thinking organisations must ferociously share and work together.’
Kevin Kane, Programme Leader at Salford Business School said:
‘We are very pleased that Matthew has agreed to take on this role. He is a fantastic addition to Salford Business School and further cements the links between CLES and the University of Salford as thought leaders working in Social Value’.