I am pleased to announce SITEL, a trans- and multi-disciplinary five-day workshop, designed to foster an ecosystem for developing resilient social enterprises through team entrepreneurial learning. The focus of this programme is to provide the opportunity for early career researchers from across the UK and Malaysia to interact, learn from each other and explore opportunities for building long-lasting research collaborations to tackle the challenging issues in social enterprise and social innovation.
Workshop location: Kota Kinabalu, Sabah, Malaysia
Date: Monday June 25th to Friday June 29th
The workshop aims to address the challenges stifling social development service provision, by bringing together academics, industry partners, social enterprises and policy makers towards supporting social innovation. We will create transdisciplinary Entrepreneurial Learning Sets based around the five project-based issues, working collaboratively to understand customer pain in order to identify potential research projects that create impact.
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Application and Deadline
The full application must be completed and submitted by 12 noon on the 26th April 2018.
The British Council and Academy of Sciences Malaysia will cover the costs related to the workshop participation including: travel (both international and local), accommodation and meals. Places are limited. Please note that due to the way that the workshop is structured, we require that all participants are available to attend the full 5 days. Check in at the hotel on the 24th June 2018, check out on the Friday 29th.