This group is for anyone interested in Media, Cultural and Creative Enterprise research such as PhD students. The aim is to share papers, ideas and facilitate debate.
Latest Activity: Nov 28, 2011
The third Creative Enterprise Conference will take place on Wednesday 18th May. Please see attached flyer for more details or contact email@example.com
The conference will explore a range of approaches in enterprise education in Higher Education from across the EU. Topics to be discussed include: the graduate experience of enterprise projects; incubating creative entrepreneurs, developing entrepreneurial behaviours in students; how competitions can help foster enterprise and emerging research in entrepreneurial journeys.
This conference is born out of the ECCE Innovation (ECCEi) project, which supports interventions in cities to promote the creative and media industries, and aims to inform EU policy. ECCEi fosters collaborative working between EU partners including: Aachen, Birmingham City University, Cardiff, CIDA in Huddersfield, Dublin, Eindhoven, Nantes, Stuttgart.
Presentations and workshops will stimulate a debate leading to further discussions and collaborations. Confirmed speakers include Dr Colette Henry, Dr Daniel Ashton, Fabrice Hyber and Dr Hermutt Roesch.
Academics, enterprise educators and policy makers in the field of enterprise for the creative and media industries, with a focus on Higher Education activities.This event is co-supported by Enterprise Educators UK, ECCEi Interreg1VB and Birmingham City University. To register an interest or for further details contact Annette Naudin at Birmingham City University firstname.lastname@example.org or Enterprise Educators UK email@example.com
I am currently looking into Creative Enterprise in universities and am hearing repeatedly that educators are facing challenges in regard to institutional support, isolation/lack of communication with…Continue
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