Exposing graduate business innovation – Building capacity and capability in entrepreneurship illustrated with practitioner case studies – towards a blueprint for developing new digital graduate businesses .(Universidad de Greenwich)
Resolving the European regional economic disparities requires innovative, inspired and imaginative solutions. Capitalising on our graduate talent for the generation of new business ideas, testing new models of business in a safe, secure space provides the opportunities for establishing the businesses of tomorrow. The University of Greenwich shares its experiences of stimulating new graduate businesses, supporting growing enterprises through innovative digital tools and invites collaborative new ventures.
Professor Chris Birch will set the framework for entrepreneurial activities at the University of Greenwich, highlighting the logic underpinning university enterprise in a knowledge based environment. He will share a collaborative vision of the future to include the development of new digital tools for the benefit of regional economic regeneration.
Building on the framework, Jerry Allen will illustrate how the University of Greenwich has encouraged and supported new graduate business ideas and the creation of new ventures with practical examples. To include a demonstration of the tools and techniques developed nurture and support growing businesses.