Nascent Entrepreneurship conference
(6 April 2005)
As part of Durham Business School’s 40th birthday celebrations, the Centre for Entrepreneurship is delighted to announce it is to hold its second international conference on the theme of nascent entrepreneurship. Nascent entrepreneurs are the people engaged in the process of creating new firms; and nascent entrepreneurship is the wellspring of national wealth creation for the future.
The top scholars from around the world have been carefully hand-picked to present relevant and contemporary articles on nascent entrepreneurship. The emphasis of the conference is on quality and policy relevance. To that end: The number of speakers has been limited to 12 Every presentation will be publicly discussed by another leading academic Selected papers are eligible to be considered for publication in the top international journal Small Business Economics The after-dinner speaker at the conference dinner is scheduled to be the Nobel Laureate in Economics, Professor Joseph E Stiglitz A better understanding of nascent entrepreneurship is essential to the design and provision of effective business start-up support. Attendance at this conference is a “must” for anyone interested in supporting, researching or finding out more about this important socio-economic phenomenon. The conference will be held at Durham Castle between September 21-23. For details about attendance, please contact the conference administrator, Mrs Jeannie Spence, on # (0) 191 3445508 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org