Entrepreneurship


The Entrepreneurship SIG objectives are to provide a forum for discussion, debate and dissemination on entrepreneurship-related issues, to aid networking between members, and to encourage interaction and collaboration internally and externally, as a means of forming bridges between BAM, public policy and practice through research, networking and knowledge transfer activities.


About the SIG: 

The Chair’s vision for the Entrepreneurship SIG would be to build upon the existing foundations and establish effective research collaborations across academia and with industry professionals. Complementary links with other SIGs could also be explored. The SIG objectives are to provide a forum for discussion, debate and dissemination on entrepreneurship-related issues, to aid networking between members, and to encourage interaction and collaboration internally and externally, as a means of forming bridges between BAM, public policy and practice through research, networking and knowledge transfer activities. Areas of interest would include issues where entrepreneurship has economic impact or impact on society more broadly and this would include new venture creation, entrepreneurship education, innovation, survival, growth, female entrepreneurship, family business entrepreneurship, ethnic minority entrepreneurship, creative industries, entrepreneurial finance, marketing, learning and more.

SIG Events 2020:

SIG Committee Members: 

 Name

E-mail 

Role 

Professor Simon O’Leary 

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Chair 

Professor Wilson Ng 

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Track Chair 

Dr Aqueel Wahga 

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Treasurer 

Dr Roopa Nagaraju 

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Secretary 

Prof Félix Arndt 

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Representative 

Dr Isaac Amoako 

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Representative 

Dr Ufi Cullen 

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Representative 

Dr Saadat Saeed 

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Representative