Virtually ISBE

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ISBE is pleased to announce the launch of Virtually ISBE, a series of workshops, presentations and online events for our community. Access is free, or at a discounted rate, to all ISBE and ECSB members and available for a fee to non-members (to become an ISBE member, please see here).

We will be listing online events here as they are confirmed, and will also be announcing new dates via our social media on Twitter and LinkedIn.

 


November 2020

Wednesday 4th November – Friday 6th November 2020
Virtually ISBE 2020
An online celebration of small business and entrepreneurship research, policy, practice and learning. For further information, please visit here.

Wednesday 4th November 2020, 2.00pm-5.00pm UK
Virtually ISBE: Special Entrepreneurship in Minority Groups session at Virtually ISBE 2020
The ISBE Entrepreneurship in Minority Groups SIG and the conference track team are pleased to announce a call for abstracts for a special session to be held during Virtually ISBE 2020 in November. For further information, please visit here.

Wednesday 4th November 2020, 2.00pm-5.00pm UK
Virtually ISBE: Rural Enterprise
The ISBE Rural Entrepreneurship Network SIG and the conference track team are pleased to announce a special session focused on the impact of Covid-19 on the rural economy, to be held during the Virtually ISBE 2020 event. For further information please visit here.

Friday 6th November 2020, 10.00am-3.00pm UK
Virtually ISBE: Gender and Enterprise – Building Back Better for Women’s Entrepreneurship in Covid19
The ISBE Gender and Enterprise Network SIG and the conference track team are pleased to announce a special GEN-focused policy session to be held during the Virtually ISBE 2020 event in November. For further information, please visit here.

Wednesday 25th November 2020, 1pm-3pm
Virtually ISBE: COVID19, Entrepreneurship and Research:  Evaluating the evidence and identifying future research opportunities

ISBE in conjunction with the International Small Business Journal (ISBJ) Webinar
Facilitated by Professor Susan Marlow: Editor ISBJ

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 provision.  The overall picture is one of nuanced complexity.   In this webinar, five leading academics present contemporary evidence exploring this complexity, its impact upon the SME landscape and related opportunities for future research.

To register and for more information please click here.


December 2020

Tuesday, 8th December 2020, 2pm UK
Balancing Rigour and Relevance in Entrepreneurship Research: Applying the Practice of “we” Framework

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 thinking, reflecting and discussing your strategies to understand your own research path leading to the practice of “We”. The session, designed for PhD scholars, early career researchers, and researchers who wants to do research that matters for entrepreneurs, yet not sure where to start.

Due to the nature of the workshop, places are limited! (Free for ISBE member and £15 for non-members).

To register, and for more information please click here.


February 2021

Wednesday, 10th February 2021, 10am UK
Female entrepreneurship, innovative technologies and the shift in customer requirements in the era of COVID-19
To register, and for more information please click here.

Wednesday, 17th February 2021, 2.00pm – 4.30pm UK
Publication Workshop Webinar

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.
To register, and for more information, please click here.

 


 

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