Students at the University of Lincoln were delighted to receive an interactive and informative guest lecture delivered by DBS’s David Clarke. David was invited to the Harvard Lecture Theatre of the David Chiddick Building at the Lincoln International Business School, part of Lincoln University, on 6th December to deliver a guest lecture on innovation in company development and digital marketing. David offered insight into the company’s beginnings in California in 1986 and shared details of how DBS has effectively moved with changes in the online landscape to become an award-winning employee-owned business. DBS has a strong commitment to its corporate social responsibility programme (CSR), contributing both locally and internationally to worthy causes. We also aim to build strong bonds with local schools and universities. DBS has also been involved in mentoring schemes at the University of Lincoln, Bishop Grosseteste University and with the Mission Mentor scheme, as well as providing work experience opportunities for students at the Priory Academy LSST and Sir William Robertson Academy.
DBS director David Clarke recently gave a guest lecture to a group of Masters students at the Lincoln International Business School.The lecture covered building and developing an award-winning business plus managing and responding to the changes in the business environment."David's lecture to the Lincoln International Business School showed how DBS puts forward a good educational case for leadership and the ways that companies run. I was impressed by DBS's award-winning achievements. The students enjoyed it as much as I did." said Dr. Jialin (Penny) Hardwick. Senior Lecturer, Lincoln International Business School.
DBS director David Clarke was a guest speaker at the "Interns & Innovation" event held at the Lincoln University Think Tank on Thursday, March 8th.David spoke about the positive impact that the University of Lincoln and Santander internship programmes have had on DBS.His talk covered how difficult it can often be to recruit someone that "out of the box" can hit the ground running. The internship schemes have allowed DBS to find core value driven people that "fit" the organisation and then train them up.