We engage with academics and practitioners both locally and worldwide to ensure that our agendas are compelling and relevant and the methods we use are robust. This reflects our passion to understand and foster entrepreneurship so it can potentially contribute to solving society's grand challenges, from the Liverpool City Region through to the international stage.
The research and impact agenda of the Centre addresses not just the SME growth agenda, but also how SMEs grow to develop internationally, and in particular the social benefits of entrepreneurship through its focus on areas such as transformational entrepreneurship, entrepreneurship and disadvantaged groups, and young people and entrepreneurshipProf Julia Balogun, Dean of The University of Liverpool Management School
Annual Impact Report
Recent work by Centre members can be explored further in our Annual Impact Report which includes reflections on key publications, research projects, funding we have received and training initiatives.
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