The University of Buckingham will once again be working with MK Dons to provide benefits for both supporters and students at the Citizen Family Dons Big Day.
Both the Football Club and the University have been working together recently to provide a long lasting and mutually beneficial relationship and over the last year MK Dons personnel have visited the university to provide informative presentations for many students.
The recent talks by Pete Winkelman to Business Enterprise (BBE) students and Andrew Cullen's presentation in the university’s Radcliffe Centre Lecture Hall were of massive benefit to all the students who attended.
Currently two Service Management Masters students at the university are conducting their final projects in association with MK Dons.
James Hawkes' project focuses upon how to attract new fans to MK Dons home games while Dickson Oyefi's project is geared towards attracting families to stadiummk, with his project set to include the Citizen Family Dons Big Day at MK1 this Saturday.
Also on Family Dons Big Day, Denzil Bankole currently part of the university's BSc Business Enterprise (BBE) course, will be providing African-themed traders. He has licensed a successful business in Buckingham and Milton Keynes based around the concept of an African Showcase Market and upon working closely with various personnel at the Club, Saturday provides the opportunity for this student to provide African products and services to supporters.
You can find Denzil’s African-themed traders in the car park prior to the game on Saturday, where there shall be around fifteen traders offering a wide range of innovative products, services and entertainers on the day.