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INSIDE ONE TO WATCH David Kent of DKA p86 I SPORT Young Bath Rugby stars nominated for the Land Rover Discovery of the Season award p87 I THE EYES HAVE IT Cutler and Gross opens in Bath p88 I BATH LIFE AWARDS Jo Stroud of Fabulous talks business and community p91


Julia Digby and Sir Trevor McDonald OBE presented Baran with his award


BEST OF BATH Leading the way Bath student Baran Ceylan is named TARGETjobs’ Future Business Leader of the Year A


FINAL YEAR University of Bath student on the BSc in Business Administration course has been named Future Business Leader of the Year at the national TARGETjobs Undergraduate of the Year Awards 2014. Baran Ceylan was presented with his award by


Sir Trevor McDonald OBE and Julie Digby from confectionery giant Mars at a ceremony in Canary Wharf on 25 April. Baran, whose award was sponsored by Mars, won an internship with the global brand as well as a week at the Mars headquarters in Chicago. Having co-founded the award-winning start-up RECollar, a voice recording pet ID tag, Baran was named PwC and Bright-Futures’ UK National Business Champion back in 2011. He also founded Wordme, a unique greetings card company (www.wordme.co.uk) employing four staff, and has already obtained backing from several investors and secured retailers across the UK. In addition, Baran has also completed placements at high profile companies such as Unilever and L’Oreal, and summer internships at PwC and AkBank. “I am thrilled to have had the opportunity to demonstrate my entrepreneurialism,” said Baran. “The


competition was a fantastic chance to meet many other talented individuals, and I am honoured to have won this award. I am also really looking forward to my trip to Chicago!” The BSc in Business Administration is a unique


four-year course that offers a flexible programme, the chance to study around the world in a prestigious partner business school, and excellent graduate prospects, with 90 per cent of students employed in a professional role within six months of graduating. “This is such an impressive achievement,” said Professor Hope Hailey at the University of Bath. “Baran has already accomplished so much during his time on the BSc in Business Administration and this award confirms what a hard-working, focused entrepreneur he is. We will be watching to see how his career progresses after he graduates. He is an inspiration to all our students.”


The Undergraduate of the Year Awards launched in 2009, with finalists assessed on academic excellence and interpersonal skills, and each of the 12 awards sponsored by a prominent graduate recruiter. For more www.undergraduateoftheyear.com


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£272.5m THE BIG NUMBER


The amount Bath Building Society’s assets have risen to over the past year


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