Jacqueline Winstanley joins Ulster Bank ‘Dragons Den meets Harkin Belfast’ as a Judge and Panel member alongside her esteemed colleagues at Harkin International Disability Employment Summit 7- 8 June 2022, Belfast
On Wednesday 13 July, panellists from the public and private sector and academia came together to discuss challenges and opportunities of digital transformation in public organizations. The event formed part of BEI Engagement Week 2022: Resilience in an Uncertain World.
Prof Colette Henry discusses a recent panel session held jointly by the OECD and the GWEP on the topic of women’s entrepreneurship policy.
The positive and negative impacts of compliance with regulations and quality standards in the food industry were explored in this CIMR Debate in Public Policy.
Colleagues from academia, business and policy joined the CIMR to share insights into the future of innovation.
Birkbeck’s Dr Grace Bo Peng and UIC Barcelona’s Dr Yannis Pierrakis shared research into inequalities in venture capital and entrepreneurial finance in our latest CIMR Debate in Public Policy.
Dean Jo-Ann Rolle, Professor Thomas Cooney and Associate Professor Nigel Coates joined chairs Jacqueline Winstanley FRSA and David Walsh for a debate on higher education’s future role in inclusive innovation.
In advance of our ‘Endless Possibilities’ debate, we asked Jacqueline Winstanley, FRSA our Visiting Fellow and Co-chair of our debate, to set the scene as we explore the impact of the pandemic on the Inclusive Entrepreneur Network which she founded. The APPG and her view on the new hybrid ways of working within inclusive entrepreneurship particularly in relation to working with universities.
The final CIMR Debate of the Spring term invited a panel of technology experts to discuss regional variations in digital competences and the growing potential of the Internet of Things.
Dr Bex Hewett and Professor Brian Harney shared insights into maximising the benefits of social media in this CIMR Workshop in Public Policy.