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  Entrepreneurs under transition from informality to formality in rural Peru Name: Dr Robert Newbery Affiliation: Newcastle University, UK It is estimated that almost 90% of the farms and enterprises operating in the rural and mountainous areas of Peru are unregistered and hidden away from official systems. State actors see the formalisation and recognition of…
Leeds Enterprise Educators Network (LEEN) – ‘Find out about the network’ event November 7th 11.00 – 13.00 Maurice Keyworth SR 1.09   University of Leeds Colleagues are invited to this event.   Do you facilitate the development and application of creative ideas or innovative and entrepreneurial thinking in your teaching practice or student support activity?  …
The Centre for Enterprise and Entrepreneurship Studies invites you to the Social Entrepreneurship panel organised by Dr Mariana Estrada-Robles. It will consist of different social entrepreneurs sharing their experiences on developing a sustainable enterprise, highlighting their entrepreneurial journey and social purpose. This panel will emphasise on the interplay of exploiting opportunities while creating a social…
Our Doctoral Researcher, Sherif Youssef is organising this one day conference to look at the challenges and opportunities for inclusive growth in the Leeds City Region. DESCRIPTION While automation could provide added value for both the private and public sectors, it is likely to pose immense challenges to Leeds City Region’s economy in the near…
Presentation 1: Dr Bejan Analoui (University of Huddersfield) “They see it as their last chance”: An examination of a NEET Youth Enterprise Initiative This presentation provides tentative findings from an on-going case study of a Youth Enterprise Initiative (YEI). The YEI is funded by multiple agencies and aims to help those who are aged sixteen…
This paper explores the dynamic of intimacy and relational connection that underpins married or cohabiting couples (copreneurs) who have started a business.
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).
The paper critically evaluates the value of utilising qualitative shadowing to investigate entrepreneurial learning.
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.