Events


  • 25th November 2020
    1:00 pm - 3:00 pm

Evidence regarding the detrimental impact of Covid19 upon entrepreneurial activity and SME performance is beginning to emerge; as would be expected financial constraints, market contractions and uncertain futures are central.  At the same time, new opportunities are emerging as firms pivot to respond to shifts in demand and there is a renewed focus upon local Read More


  • 8th December 2020
    2:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Date: Tuesday 8th December 2020 Time: 2pm Duration: 2-hour webinar Hello Entrepreneurship scholars! Do you want to learn more how we can do research that matters for entrepreneurs, while the same time engage better with them? This is not just another workshop where you sit and listen! This is an activity-packed workshop that involves researchers Read More


  • 1st January 2021 - 1st January 2022
    8:00 am - 5:00 pm

Types of membership: Individual Membership (£65 for 12 months) Individual Membership (£110 for 24 months) Individual Membership (£150 for 36 months) Student Membership (£45 for 12 months) Full time students only Retired Membership (£55 for 12 months) Founding Organisational Membership (£500 for 12 months) Rate expires on 31 December 2020 Standard Organisational Membership (£750 for 12 Read More


  • 10th February 2021
    10:00 am - 5:00 pm

Female entrepreneurship, innovative technologies and the shift in customer requirements in the era of COVID-19 Wednesday 10th February 2021, 10am-5pm Dr. Nisreen Ameen, Lecturer in Marketing, Royal Holloway, University of London Professor Jyoti Choudrie, Professor of Information Systems, University of Hertfordshire Professor Paul Jones, Professor in Entrepreneurship & Innovation, Business, Swansea University Dr. Amitabh Anand, Read More


  • ISBE Publication Webinar Workshop
    17th February 2021
    2:00 pm - 4:30 pm

Facilitators: Professor Susan Marlow & Dr Lorna Treanor ISBE will facilitate a publication webinar to support our early career researchers and doctoral students seeking to improve their writing skills and publication profile. This has become a particularly pressing issue given more onerous and time consuming teaching obligations at present so, the sharing of experience and Read More