Entrepreneurs and researchers reflected on the meaning and importance of entrepreneurial passion in this CIMR Debate in Public Policy on Wednesday 9 February 2022.
We were delighted to welcome back alumnus Jeremy Galpin for a panel discussion on his dissertation on maximising the benefits of digital technology to deliver social value in infrastructure projects.
The entrepreneur and investor joined the CIMR to share his inspirational journey and give feedback on our budding entrepreneurs’ business ideas.
Our latest CIMR Debate in Public Policy examined the impact of the pandemic on life sciences in the UK and the learning to be taken forward by government, industry and academia.
In this Regional Studies Association event organised for EU Regions Week University, Professor Monder Ram, CREME, Aston University chaired a panel exploring diversity in entrepreneurship.
Professor Asa Lindholm Dahlstrand, Professor Peter Jelfs, Dr Iain Evans and Rebecca Todd interrogated the respective roles of public and private funding for innovation and entrepreneurship in this CIMR Debate in Public Policy
Our latest Debate in Public Policy welcomed representatives from business, finance and academia to identify the key barriers facing Black and ethnic minority entrepreneurs and the next steps to move closer to equality in innovation.
Dr Jonathan Potter (OECD), Professor Colette Henry (Dundalk Institute of Technology) and Professor Severine Le Loarne-Lemaire (Grenoble Ecole de Management) discussed the findings of a new report examining entrepreneurship from a gender perspective in this CIMR Debate in Public Policy
In this panel event, researchers and practitioners in inclusive entrepreneurship came together to explore a co-designed pathway to support disabled entrepreneurs.
In the CIMR’s last Debate in Public Policy of term, we heard from two speakers on how AI can be applied in practical and useful ways in organisations.