SBC Workshop 24 January 2017
Exploring the Impact of Enterprise Education on Stakeholders
Enterprise education creates opportunities for many stakeholders to work together to educate and encourage the next generation of student entrepreneurs. This event will showcase examples of best practice in creating an enterprise culture in business schools and explores how this has not only impacted positively on students, but also staff, local employers and wider professional networks.
The event will include sessions from senior faculty, entrepreneurs and also give a chance to hear from students.
Confirmed speakers include:
Professor Mike Molan, Pro Vice Chancellor (Enhancement); Dean, School of Business, London South Bank University
Paula Whitehouse, Director, Aston Centre for Growth
Gemma Clarke, Chief Marketing Officer and Architect of Global Business, Tangle Teezer
Chris Matthews, Head of the Department for Business and Enterprise, London South Bank University
Anna Howard, Associate Head of Division, Business and Enterprise, London South Bank University
Jason Choy, Founder, Welcome Gate
*All sessions and speakers are subject to change
- Directors and Heads of the Enterprise Department
- University Support Staff working in the field of enterprise and entrepreneurship education
London South Bank University
Room no, K806, Keyworth Centre
If you are travelling by London underground, the nearest station is Elephant and Castle. Please follow signs for "South Bank University & Imperial War Museum" for the nearest exit.