On the 19th and 20th of January, the Centre for Enterprise and Entrepreneurship Studies (CEES), in collaboration with the Northern Advanced Research Training Initiative (NARTI), hosted a mini-conference at the Leeds University Business School. Led by Dr Deema Refai and Professor Nick Williams, the two days of talks, workshops, and discussions focused on the theme ‘Engaged Scholarship for the Future of Entrepreneurship.’
It is one thing to hear about migration across the Mediterranean but another to see this in person.
On the 8th of November, the Centre for Enterprise and Entrepreneurship Studies hosted the first panel event of the year with a panel looking at innovation and entrepreneurship in the health sector, chaired by Dr. Alex Kevill.
My visit to Morocco was a welcome return to the African continent. But to North Africa whereas previously I mostly visited Eastern and South Africa. What surprised me most was how much of it was similar in context.
Professor Diane Holt updates us on the first few weeks of her Semester at Sea.
After a busy few weeks of induction activities, lectures, and seminars, our annual ‘Networking and Nibbles’ event was a welcome opportunity to bring enterprise students together form across the university to meet each other and share ideas.
Writing for The Conversation, Dr Gittins examines the implications of the UK government’s temporary scheme to entice older farmers into retirement to attract younger people into the profession.
Congratulations to Sam Ryan (Accounting and Finance, 2014) for his inclusion in Forbes 30 under 30, Europe 2022. Sam took CEES electives during his studies and won a Spark Scholarship for his first business (JumpIn) with Barney Williams (Earth and Environment) and James Gupta (MBcHB and now our Enterprise Ambassador). Sam and Barney went on to create Zeelo
MSc Enterprise & Entrepreneurship students are joined by UK Shadow Business Secretary & Virgin Money CEO
Shadow Business Secretary Jonathan Reynolds visited Leeds University Business School to see MSc Enterprise and Entrepreneurship students present their ideas to SME business owners.
World Changers: Celebrating Impactful Research is a first edition publication, comprised of 13 essays with the collective aim of working towards equality and quality of living for the people of Leeds, the UK and around the world. Curated by Professor Simone Buitendijk, Vice-Chancellor at University of Leeds, the collection features writings that are exclusively from early-career…