Nicholas Passenger

Nicholas Passenger

Nicholas is the Principal Lecturer for the Business and Marketing related courses at UCLan. As well as overlooking courses on our UK campuses, Nicholas overlooks key programmes internationally.

Location Lancashire, UK

Activity

  • Interesting answer @YuqianYang

  • That is a fascinating discussional point @kimw

  • Over here now @RhondaR. there is a bigger push for refilling containers will similar products but more in a self service style

  • Indeed @YinJieLi

  • Food for thought @LeJiaoWang

  • Indeed an interesting challenge is highlighted @悦涵唐

  • Interesting @LeJiaoWang

  • Thanks @XinheWang and best of luck with the future

  • Brilliant @RhondaR. and thanks for being a part of it

  • Interesting response @RuimanTang

  • Many thanks for joining the course @WendiZhou

  • Glad to hear you enjoyed it @RhondaR. - hopefully next week will be similar

  • No need to apologise @XinYan and thanks for the answer

  • Thanks @RhondaR.

  • Is that due to the software ?

  • Interesting @kimw but key also to highlight that it may be perceived that small steps here in the right direction but that over time this will only see true results?

  • Excellent response and interesting @XinYan

  • @TingYinFang it maybe that profits occur due to this in the long run but initially it could be seen as encouraging a "responsible marketing" approach

  • Exactly @HailuWang but also you may say that it is alsoto influence it's loyal customer's approaches as well ?

  • Indeed @LeJiaoWang and they are certainly at the helm of this in terms of the industry

  • Indeed marketing does @TingYinFang need to be responsible but sometimes the profit eyes seem to outweight the rsponsibility. It is interesting to see how countries are observing this now

  • Great response @DiTang and hopefully you'll enjoy Week 3 as much ?

  • Super summary @YinJieLi

  • That's great @WendiZhou -thanks for the indepth feedback

  • Super answer @kimw and certanly indeed it is interesting the way in which a footprint can be minimalised. This is becoming ore attractive in UK business and certainly seems to have more power if this approach in used when setting up a new business.

  • Great summary @XinYan and certainly there is a real push over here for self sourcing locally

  • It's interesting @RhondaR. as there are different ways of potentially looking at this now due to the pandemic. There was a terrific article written over here in The Sundays Times newspaper on the 18th April by Katrina Burroughs (https://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/20-best-homeware-and-furniture-buys-on-the-high-street-in-spring-2021-pqdj2hfks) that highlighted...

  • With this change in thought @HanLu it is clear that you will see changes pretty quickly.

  • Interesting but realistically @RhondaR. I think this tool is important to really think about our carbon footprint. Certainly it has made us all change at one point but the main target is to make these little changes as consistent as we can.

  • Sometimes @WendiZhou we need a shock to change our approaches and it's fascinating to see how little changes can occur with minimal efforts

  • Great honesty there @LiYao - I think we have all been there but realistically I for one have changed my mindset totally on how to approach this subject area. A challenge to start will but then becomes normal behaviour.It is seeminlgy much easier for the younger generation it would seem as they know no different but to do it this way.

  • Very thorough answer @ShufanMa and very interesting

  • Great ideas @YaoXiong

  • It's certainly an interesting question @RhondaR. and certainly one that is constantly being debated

  • Great and interesting answer @WendiZhou

  • Absolutely @WangwangLiu

  • Excellent point @慧铭王

  • Interesting @DanZhou

  • Excellent to hear and thanks @JohnMullin

  • Excellent to hear @HanLu

  • Well done @xinruYu

  • Brilliant summary @ChengWang

  • A great answer @WendiZhou - thanks for your viewpoint

  • Why can only a few residents do it @LiuHaiyan ?

  • That's really interesting @kimw - how is the zero- emissions program monitored and by who ?

  • Have all aspects of society been educated to this @ChengyiZhangZhang ? I ask as it will no doubt be dofferent for different generations ?

  • Interesting @YuqianYang - has this continued to develop in other areas over time ?

  • How is this done @ShufanMa ?

  • Great to have you on board @LinyuanTang

  • Welcome @YutingGu and thanks for joining us

  • Morning @ChengWang (Jessica) - we hope you enjoy this course

  • Well @ChemsEddineBOUKHEDIMI - hopefully this course can help ! We hope that you enjoy it

  • Great background @JoanaSimões and we look forward to hearing your views

  • Brilliant @YanjiChen - regards to all in Chongqing - you will have met a number of our colleagues that have taught you there

  • Fantastic @YijunWu - you will have come across a number of our UCLAN staff that have taught you in CQUE - welcome to the course

  • Interesting background @RatnaNingtyasDjarot - we hope you enjoy the course

  • Superb @Sunyidan - we hope you enjoy this course

  • Brilliant @慧铭王 and welcome

  • Great @SantiagoBernal look forward to having you on board

  • What are the environmentally friendly materials @悦涵唐 ?

  • Fantastic explanation @XiaoxueGao -thanks !

  • How is this measured @xinruYu and are there fines for people not doing this ?

  • Fantastic example @ConggangZeng