Professor Diane Holt from the Centre for Enterprise and Entrepreneurship Studies was delighted to welcome Professor Ralph Hamann of the University of Cape Town for her first Seminar as Chair of the Centre. Professor Hamann presented to staff from the Business School, the School of Law and from sustainability. His...
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Four guest speakers share their experiences on intrapreneurship, entrepreneurship and innovation.
Recap: Helping our Entrepreneurs and SMEs: Adding the relevance factor to university business research
A one-day event took place in Leeds on the 13th of September to examine the relevance and value of business research across three communities of interest: academia, business and policy. Find out more about what happened.
Three exciting entrepreneurial discovery modules to choose from in order to enhance your employability skills.
About the author: Dr Isla Kapasi is an early career researcher in the field of entrepreneurship. She has recently been awarded a British Academy/Leverhulme Small Research Grant to investigate entrepreneurial motivations in a context of poverty entrepreneurship. Self-employment across the UK has risen sharply in the past two decades. Figures...
Andrew Green graduated from the University of Leeds with an MSc in Enterprise back in 2014. We’ve chased him up to see what he has been up to recently and here’s what we found out. After leaving datapine, Andrew started working for a leading crowd sourced software testing outfit, Applause....
Dr Nick Williams explores failure in entrepreneurship with the help of Tom Allchurch, Jonathan Straight, Steve Baker, Bradley Martin and Pete Mills, emphasising that it is not just about entrepreneurial success and failure can be a great learning curve.
Dr Emilee Simmons facilitates a discussion around social enterprise along with guests David Price, Anne Temple Clothier and Rob Moores.
Frankie Potter shares her experiences about studying Biotechnology with Enterprise.
Dr Sally Jones explores the language course descriptions and its relationship with gender.