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The Enterprise Project’s Small Business Growth Module has given three postgraduate students experience of the working world and seen them hugely impress a local business. Dan Branston, Jesha Effendie and Daniel Aroesti are three master’s students studying MSc Enterprise and Entrepreneurship at the Centre for Enterprise and Entrepreneurship Studies (CEES)....

Dan Branston was already an undergraduate at The University of Leeds when he applied to study for an MSc at the Centre for Enterprise and Entrepreneurship Studies (CEES). As a Biology student, he’d gained strong experience in laboratory work and theory, but felt he needed to be better equipped for...

Rhea Fofana is a third year Biotechnology with Enterprise undergraduate. She combines her studies of molecular biology and cell biology at the Faculty of Biological Sciences with enterprise modules delivered by the Centre for Enterprise and Entrepreneurship Studies (CEES), exploring problem solving within science and the business aspect of new...

Doctoral Researcher Sherif Youssef has joined the Centre of Enterprise and Entrepreneurial Studies (CEES) as the base for his social impact and policy studies. Sherif engages in inter-disciplinary research at Leeds, splitting his time at CEES with time at the School of Sociology and Social Policy, writing his PhD and...

Founder and CEO of Leeds-based businesses Top Screen Media Ltd and White Label Loyalty Achille Traore is one of the Enterprise Ambassadors giving their time to support the students. As a long-time ambassador, Achille has mentored a range of students, including the team who went on to become founders of...

identiTee, a gender-neutral clothing brand founded by Year in Enterprise student Ashley Ross, offers a variety of clothing and accessories for “anyone and everyone”. The clothing company takes on an eco-friendly approach towards fashion, whilst aiming to promote inclusion and combat bullying behaviour; particularly surrounding minority groups. Now in her...

This year the Centre for Enterprise and Entrepreneurship Studies (CEES) has hired a new Student Intern, Rachel! Rachel is currently in her second year studying BA Management and works to promote CEES, enterprise education and the various entrepreneurship opportunities on offer at the University of Leeds; via our social media...

Dr Richard Tunstall’s chapter in ‘Revitalising Entrepreneurship Education: Adopting a critical approach in the classroom’ reviewed by AMLE Journal Richard Tunstall’s chapter, ‘Education or Exploitation? Reflecting on the Entrepreneurial University and the Role of the Entrepreneurship Educator’, published by Routledge in ‘Revitalising Entrepreneurship Education: Adopting a critical approach in the...

Unpacking family heterogeneity of family businesses in emerging economies This project seeks to examine the complexity of family businesses in emerging countries by unpacking the heterogeneity of families. Family businesses form a large number of businesses in emerging economies and internationally. However, the research in these economies is still scarce....

  Are you currently facing any business issues or considering new opportunities for your  small business or social enterprise? Would you like external advice and a fresh perspective? If so, the Centre for Enterprise and Entrepreneurship Studies at the University of Leeds would like to hear from you! We are inviting...