Bournemouth University Social Entrepreneurs Forum #BUSEF was launched on 27th June 2019. It is a support network, initiated by Bournemouth University, the Association of Sustainability Practitioners and Poole Bay Rotary, supported by Barclays Bank, with the purpose of raising awareness of social entrepreneurship, educating members and aspired to be founders, provide support and collaborative opportunities and foster growth and positive impact of social enterprises across the world.
BUSE Forum has two upcoming virtual and free to attend events. The events will take place on 17 and 18 November, as part of Global Entrepreneurship Week (GEW) 2020, and will feature panels of international speakers discussing the pandemic’s impact on business and entrepreneurship.
- Women Entrepreneurs in the times of Covid-19 runs from 2pm – 4pm on Tuesday 17th November and will feature women entrepreneurs from across Brazil, UK, Oman and Iraq discussing the various challenges and best practices from their experiences and national contexts. The event is supported by the Women’s Academic Network at BU. Book your place for Women Entrepreneurs in the times of Covid-19
- The Refugee Entrepreneurship and Covid-19 event will take place on Wednesday 18th November, 2pm – 4pm. Refugee support organisations from Brazil, Uganda, the UK and Spain and refugee entrepreneurs will discuss the impacts of the pandemic on this group.Book your place for Refugee Entrepreneurship and Covid-19