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About the SIG

Co-SIG Chair
Dilani Jayawarna
Co-SIG Chair
Natalia Vershinina

Over the last two decades there has been an increasing amount of academic research related to entrepreneurs and entrepreneurship.


  • To provide a forum for discussion, debate and dissemination on issues related to entrepreneurship, intrapreneurship and the management of SMEs
  • To help the networking activities amongst SIG members, to encourage interaction and collaboration within and outside BAM
  • To bridge the link between BAM, public policy and practice through research, networking and knowledge transfer activities





Key Interest Areas:

  • New Venture Creation
  • Entrepreneurship Education
  • Innovation, Survival and Business Growth
  • Female Entrepreneurship
  • Family Business
  • Ethnic Minority Entrepreneurship
  • Creative Industries
  • Entrepreneurial Finance
  • Marketing & Entrepreneurship
  • Entrepreneurial Learning
  • New technology-based Firms
  • Entrepreneurial Capital

Entrepreneurship SIG Virtual Issue

Virtual Issues of BAM Journals are a source of articles from the British Journal of Management and the International Journal of Management Reviews that focus on the intellectual domain of respective SIGs.

If you are preparing an article or thinking about reading lists for a particular course, the virtual issues may be a good place to start.

Entrepreneurship SIG Virtual Issue

SIG Committee

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SIG Co-Chair



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Entrepreneurship LinkedIn Group is a fantastic place to start and/or join topical discussions related to this SIG, connect with other SIG members and keep updated on relevant events.You will also be able to post your own ideas and get feedback on them as well as reply to others.

SIG Chair Interview

In June 2014, BAM interviewed Wing Lam and Dilani Jayawarna in order find out more about the SIG, what future activities the SIG has planned and how members can get involved with the SIG.

‘The biggest strength of our SIG as a whole is our friendly and supportive membership. If you look at our discussion board in Linkedin, you can see members are keen to support each other and share useful information.’

'The SIG would like to have more regional committee members who could take a lead to organise regional events. So if you want to get involved, please contact the SIG.'

  Read the full interview

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