I'm Andrea and I'm currently in my fourth year studying Management. I have just started working at the Centre of Enterprise and Entrepreneurship Studies (CEES) where I'll be raising the profile of the Centre through marketing and promotion.
Last month the Centre for Enterprise and Entrepreneurship Studies (CEES) hosted the fourth European Council of Small Business Entrepreneurship Education (3E) conference at the University of Leeds. A record 120 participants from across Europe, the US, Russia and Asia attended over the three days.
Meg is a second year Management with Marketing student who began working as the Student Intern at the Centre of Enterprise and Entrepreneurship Studies (CEES) in September 2015. Find out more about the role.
I thought of the idea for carwow at my parents’ kitchen table! A new car is the second biggest purchase many people will make in their life, after a house, yet the process has largely gone unchanged for the past 100 years. Despite the internet bringing travel, housing, and all other large purchases into the modern age, new car buying still involved customers having to travel around to multiple dealerships and haggle face-to-face with salespeople while still not knowing if they were getting a good deal. I set out to fix this.
With over 5 million small businesses, is the UK becoming a nation of entrepreneurs and business owners? And if so, is this important?
We are all familiar with the collective noun for cattle, dancers and geese [herd, troupe and gaggle] but what about entrepreneurs?
Are the various disparate enterprise strands converging to make today the Golden Age of Enterprise? At first glance it is difficult to see the connection between enterprise in schools and the rapid increase in the number of small businesses.