Workshops & Events

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Workshops & Events

 

In addition to the parallel sessions available at ISBE 2016, we are also delighted to host several workshops and other sessions during the conference.

ISBE 2016: Day One
Thursday 27th October 2016
Novotel Paris Central Tour Eiffel

1300
Entrepreneurship Policy Workshop – what should ISBE be doing?
Gideon Maas, VP Policy & Practice, ISBE & Coventry University
Venue: Invalides

1300
ISBE 2016 Bar Camp
Mark Gilman, ISBE Trustee & Birmingham City University
Venue: Concorde

1300
Special Interest Group Annual General Meetings:
Entrepreneurial Learning, Practice & Policy (ELPP) (Venue: Odeon)
Gender and Enterprise Network (GEN) (Venue: Opera)
Rural Enterprise (Venue: Pantheon)
Social and Sustainable Enterprise Network (SSEN) (Venue: Sorbonne)

1600
Plenary session debate:
Brexit – the impact on small business & entrepreneurship research, practice and policy
Venue: Amphitheatre

ISBE 2016: Day Two
Friday 28th October 2016
Novotel Paris Central Tour Eiffel

1100
Innovation Alliance workshop (Business Support track)
Venue: Bastille

1100
Creative Industries Entrepreneurship workshop (Creative Industries track)
Venue: Notre Dame

1300
Workshop: The Role and Value of the Educator in Enterprise and Entrepreneurship Education
Leigh Sear, ISBE Trustee & SFEDI; Andy Penaluna, University of Wales Trinity Saint David
Venue: Concorde

1300
Workshop: Strategic Entrepreneurial Leadership
Michele Rusk, Northumbria University
Venue: Invalides

1300
Longitudinal Small Business Survey (LSBS) Users Group Meeting
Stephen Roper, ERC & Warwick Business School; Ian Drummond,                                                                       Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy
Venue: Palais Royal

The LSBS is the most comprehensive survey data on UK small firms and the only major UK longitudinal SME data set. This workshop is an opportunity to hear about progress in building the LSBS and get an update on the Year 2 survey. It is also an opportunity for you to input to future years. Researchers using the data will be talking briefly about their use of the Year 1 data and potential future collaborations.

1430 – 1700
Gender and Enterprise Network paper development workshop (Gender and Enterprise track)
Venue: Opera

Gender and Enterprise Network will hold a ‘Confreat Taster’ paper development workshop, an opportunity for you to discuss the comments and feedback you have received at this year’s ISBE conference and work with peers to develop a strategy for how to take your paper to the publication stage. This workshop will be similar in format to our Confreat (conference/retreat) which will be taking place in Manchester in Summer 2017. More info at: www.isbegen.wordpress.com

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