Monthly Archives: April 2011
ECIC Director Professor Noel Lindsay, Undergraduate Entrepreneurship and Innovation Program Director Gary Hancock and ECIC Adjunct Professor Fredric Kropp, explore this question in a chapter of the recently published Handbook Of Research On New Venture Creation. The chapter examines the cultural context of new venture creation in relation to private entrepreneurship investment behaviour, it concludes:
Congratulations to LEAPIN, formally EASELOCK, for qualifying for the final round of the 2011 LES Foundation Graduate Student Business Plan Competition held in the UK. LEAPIN will be travelling on an all-expenses-paid trip to London where they will compete with other international teams in the final competition round. They will also be able to attend educational […]
According to Stephanie Marrus, an international entrepreneurship educator and management consultant, entrepreneurship education is the best place to start. Read the full article.
The Tomorrow Studio offers both physical and virtual tenancy with the aim of assisting business tenants to become established and profitable, helping them to relocate to permanent accommodation when commercially viable. Professionally furnished workspaces, along with shared meeting rooms, kitchen facilities and social areas are provided at very reasonable rates. Tenants share the incubator’s premises […]