Professor Diane Holt is visiting South Africa this month to attend, and contribute to, two groundbreaking workshop programmes in association with partner universities of Pretoria and Cape Town.
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It has been a busy few months for our Chair in Entrepreneurship, Professor Diane Holt. Representing CEES at a range of conferences and events, Professor Holt has had the opportunity to showcase her expertise, as well as working alongside other leading figures in the world of business studies. In March, she gave one of the...
CEES are excited to welcome Sam Taylor and Emma Woods MBE as our two new Enterprise Ambassadors.
The advantages of digital transformation have allowed many enterprises to flourish, but SMEs are often found to benefit less than larger firms.
On 16th and 17th June, the Centre of Enterprise and Entrepreneurship participated in a successful University open day, attracting a diverse range of prospective students.
Diane Holt, Director of the Centre for Entrepreneurship and Enterprise Studies, has recently been appointed to a promising new project which aims to explore the potential of African universities in contributing to global development.
From May 31st to June 2nd, the Leeds University Business School (LUBS) hosted a three-day theory building workshop conducted by Professor Paul C. Godfrey from Brigham Young University. The workshop aimed to guide senior academics and PhD students in the process of constructing and refining theories from their research.
This year, the Centre for Enterprise and Entrepreneurship Studies (CEES) is excited to welcome a new Student Intern, Matthew Reynolds.
For students studying MSc Enterprise and Entrepreneurship with the Centre for Enterprise and Entrepreneurship Studies, the opportunity to visit startups and co-working spaces is of immense value.
At the Horizons Institute, Dr Stefania Romano of CEES and Dr Gillian Harrison of the Institute for Transport Studies have designed an interdisciplinary project called InExITI.