EEUK Directors contribute to Chinese conference

Written by Kate Beresford


EEUK was delighted to once again support the International Conference for Entrepreneurship Education Ecosystem (ICEEE) over the weekend of the 22nd-24th May.

Last year we sent a delegation of keynote speakers to Changsha, Hunan Province led by then Chair Jon Powell who gave the opening keynote. This year three Directors spoke remotely including Jon on the EEUK and UK enterprise education response to Covid-19, David Bolton on engaging with industry, and current Chair Gareth Trainer on how EEUK supports enterprise educators in all shapes and sizes; practitioners, academics and influencers. A number of EEUK Associates also contributed to sessions.

Jon Powell said, “We are delighted to support the ICEEE conference once again this year in different circumstances to 2019. EEUK are continuing to work with the Zingy network in China to explore potential international partnerships aligned to our EEGlobal ambitions. It was great to engage in conversations with the delegates via WeChat and develop new connections for the future.”