Professor Helen Lawton Smith is part of the research team behind the Supporting Diversity and Inclusion in Innovation report
The latest CIMR Debates in Public Policy seminar on July 22nd 2020 explored the opportunities and challenges for underrepresented groups to participate in entrepreneurship activities.
With ten successful start-ups to his name, CIMR Visiting Fellow Stephen Sykes is well-equipped to support entrepreneurial students in their business ventures. He reflects on his past successes and shares what it’s like to work alongside Birkbeck’s budding entrepreneurs.
Developed in conjunction with the OECD Local Economic and Employment Development Programme, HEInnovate is an initiative of the European Commission’s DG Education and Culture, designed specifically for use within HEIs. In this short blog, Prof. Colette Henry describes its objectives.
This online workshop aimed to foster debate about the challenges that companies encounter in navigating the digital transition, and how governments can support them, focusing in particular on the role of innovation intermediaries.
The seminar was chaired by Dr Laura Kreiling, OECD Science and Technology Policy Division, Directorate for Science, Technology and Innovation, and presentations were given by Dr Muthu De Silva and Dr Federica Rossi. The seminar provided the opportunity for the speakers to present their findings in relation to the ongoing project on Co-creation by the OECD.
Alexander Flint Mitchell, one of our Outstanding Students in the MSc Business Innovation with Entrepreneurship programme, developed his business plan during Entrepreneurial Venture Creation Module and has already raised OVER 100K CAPITAL for his business and the Pioneer Awards Winner 2020
The CIMR team have contributed to the crowd-sourced document “Knowledge Sharing and Exchange in a Pandemic” developed by The Culture Capital Exchange.
This initiative has the aim of improving the research output, research impacts and research led culture of the Departments of Management and Organizational Psychology.
Prof Grazia Ietto-Gillies reflects on the economic implications of spatial distance, particularly during the pandemic