ISBE SIG Event: ‘Rural enterprise and community’

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‘Rural enterprise and community’

ISBE Rural Enterprise Special Interest Group [SIG] event

Bangor Business School

Wednesday 24th April 2024

According to research, rural communities and social embeddedness are central to what defines a ‘rural entrepreneur’ (Bosworth and Turner, 2018; Korsgaard et al., 2015). With an aim to develop new research ideas and hosted by Bangor Business School and School of Environmental Sciences, we invite SIG members to presentations and discussions relating to what constitutes a rural community and a rural entrepreneur.

Please click here to register.

For ISBE Members (including those at Institutional Member Organisations): FREE
For non-ISBE Members: £75


Indicative Programme:* 

9.30am            Registration

10.00am          Welcome and Introduction—Prof. Robert Newbery

10.30am          Entrepreneurship and food communities – Dr. Eifiona Lane & Dr. Rebecca Jones

11.00am          Rural Hubs and co-working – Prof. Gary Bosworth

11.30am          Challenges faced by rural businesses and their communities – round table discussion–Dr. Ed Jones and Dr. Siwan Mitchelmore

12.30pm          Buffet lunch

1.30pm            Where there is challenge there is opportunity— Dr Liz Heyworth-Thomas

2.00pm            Facilitated networking session – Led by Dr Liz Heyworth-Thomas & Prof. Rosalind Jones.

3.00pm            Writing a Minimal Viable Paper (MVP) – Facilitated by Profs. Newbery & Bosworth

4.30pm            Round-up and close

*Presentations will be in Welsh and English, with translators in attendance.

Venue: The Management Centre at Bangor University, College Rd, Bangor, Gwynedd, North Wales, LL57 2DG

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