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.
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.
July 7th 2020, 14:00-16:30. This online workshop aims to foster a timely discussion about the new roles and activities that intermediaries perform as they support firms in the digital transition, and the knowledge and resources they mobilise in order to do so.
During May, June and July CIMR invites you to participate in three lunchtime one hour on-line debates on topical issues
The Centre for Innovation Management Research’s latest webinar shared tips and tricks for MSc students to get the most out of their time at Birkbeck.
Online event on Friday April 24th, 4-6 pm Join the Centre for Innovation Management of Research (CIMR) for our event … More
Organised by the Centre for Innovation Management Research, this panel event explored how universities and businesses can build mutually beneficial partnerships from an international perspective
The workshop brought together key academic and policy colleagues to consider how best to support the development of management and leadership skills in SMEs
CIMR is pleased to host a Panel Debate on “Challenges and opportunities for university-business co-creation: Comparing international perspectives” on Wednesday … More