Events

The Centre for Enterprise and Entrepreneurship Studies is looking forward to the forthcoming Intrapreneurship panel on 20th February.  Organised by Dr Stephen King, the event will be looking at “intrapreneurship” – thinking and acting entrepreneurially within established businesses and organisations.    Whilst we teach new venture creation and entrepreneurship to many students from across the university,…
Interested in enterprise or self employment? Then come along to this workshop. current undergraduates and postgraduates sign-up via this site. University of Leeds Alumni can sign up by emailing Richard Doyle at r.o.doyle@leeds.ac.uk to book a place.
Interested in enterprise or self employment? Then come along to this workshop. current undergraduates and postgraduates sign-up via this site. University of Leeds Alumni can sign up by emailing Richard Doyle at r.o.doyle@leeds.ac.uk to book a place.
The paper critically evaluates the value of utilising qualitative shadowing to investigate entrepreneurial learning.
The seminar will be discussing the applicability of HRM frameworks developed mainly in large / private sector organisations and their relevance to small and medium-sized NPOs (non-profit organisation).
This paper explores the dynamic of intimacy and relational connection that underpins married or cohabiting couples (copreneurs) who have started a business.
Presenter: Dr Bejan Analoui (University of Huddersfield)

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The Centre for Enterprise and Entrepreneurship Studies (CEES) would like to invite you to the below seminar which is taking place on Monday 20 February at 2pm in room 1.32 in the Maurice Keyworth (Business School) building. Seminar overview Entrepreneurial education: From person to product to business In this seminar, Professor Helle Neergaard will share…
Interested in enterprise and/ or self employment? Then come along to this workshop. Please sign up for this event. Graduates can sign up by emailing r.o.doyle@leeds.ac.uk to book a place.
The first Speaker event of 2017 will be taking place on the 14th of February with Dr Emilee Simmons facilitating a talk on Social Enterprise and how social entrepreneurs can help shape our communities. Location: Western Lecture Theatre Speakers: 1. David Price – Smart Aid 2. Rob Moores – Growing Better CIC 3. Anne Temple…
Interested in enterprise and/ or self employment? Then come along to this workshop. Please sign up for this event. Graduates can sign up by emailing r.o.doyle@leeds.ac.uk to book a place.
Interested in enterprise and/ or self employment? Then come along to this workshop. Please sign up for this event. Graduates can sign up by emailing r.o.doyle@leeds.ac.uk to book a place.
Interested in enterprise and/ or self employment? Then come along to this workshop. Please sign up for this event. Graduates can sign up by emailing r.o.doyle@leeds.ac.uk to book a place.
At 6pm on Tuesday 25th October in the Western Lecture Theatre, Dr Richard Tunstall, of the Centre for Enterprise and Entrepreneurship Studies, will chair a panel discussion with four entrepreneurs to consider: Are opportunities spotted or created?
The Centre for Entrepreneurship and Enterprise Studies (CEES) invites you to a forthcoming seminar by Professor Elisabeth Muller from the German Graduate School of Management and Law, Heilbronn, Germany.
At 6pm on Tuesday 27th October in the Western Lecture Theatre, Professor Nigel Lockett, of the Centre for Enterprise and Entrepreneurship Studies, will chair a panel discussion with four entrepreneurs to consider: “Born or Made: Can you learn how to be an entrepreneur?”
Come along to this seminar where Prof. Neergaard will outline the methodology and draw on examples of where it has been used in her own qualitative research projects.