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Cass Knowledge launched

Applied research for business professionals, practitioners, and academics

Monday, 11 January, 2010

Cass Business School is delighted to announce the launch of Cass Knowledge, an exciting new online resource which offers easy online access to lectures, presentations, interviews and papers by our world-class academics and practitioners from all three faculties.

Aimed at academics, practitioners and professionals, is driven by user-friendly content with links to full research. It complements the Cass Experts register of expertise by delving into more detail and presenting samples of academic work.

Cass Knowledge allows users to share, rate, comment and drive the latest academic thinking.  By registering you can create a personal content bank, My Cass Knowledge, where you can save information relevant to your interests.  Browse by topic, industry, content type, or simply search for a specific subject or author.

Professor Richard Verrall, Associate Dean for Research, Knowledge Transfer and International Affairs, commented:

"I am very excited about the launch of Cass Knowledge, which will make it easier for everyone to access the research carried out at Cass. It contains non-technical explanations of our research in videos, on-line lectures, audio files as well as the written format. It should make it easier to find out about what is going on at Cass, and to keep up-to-date with recent developments. This is just the start of the project, because the site will have new content added continuously, and we are planning further developments in order to ensure that it continues to showcase new and exciting research findings."

The Cass Knowledge team welcomes your feedback.  To find out more about how to work with Cass on a research or business project please contact Christina Makris, Business Development Manager at or on 020 7040 3273.  For any other questions or feedback please contact Bob Vinteller, AV and Web Producer, at or 020 7040 8375.

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Professor Richard Verrall, Associate Dean for Research, Knowledge Transfer and International Affairs.

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