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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CEES are excited to welcome Sam Taylor and Emma Woods MBE as our two new Enterprise Ambassadors.
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.
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.
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.
Reading transforms lives and creates opportunities for children and their communities. Despite this, 1 in 6 adults globally go through childhood without ever learning to read or write. Access to books and literacy programmes are factors that can truly make a difference.
Budding entrepreneurs undertaking the Small Business Growth module as part of their Master’s studies (LUBS5536M) were recently joined by Nina Aggarwal, Global MD of Fusion Learning.
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.’
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.
Shadow Business Secretary Jonathan Reynolds visited Leeds University Business School to see MSc Enterprise and Entrepreneurship students present their ideas to SME business owners.