10:00 am - 4:00 pm 24/11/2022
Cooper Building, Powerhouse, London, SE10 9JH
Thursday 24th November 2022
Joining the dots of Enterprise Education: creating effective enterprise eco-systems
University of Greenwich, Powerhouse, Cooper Building, King William Walk, SE10 9JH [map]
Delegates will have the opportunity to:
- Learn about a range of enterprise delivery models.
- Reflect on enterprise delivery at their own institution and share good practice with others.
- Better understand own USP – what makes your institution unique when it comes to enterprise education?
- Gain better understanding of how to maximise internal and external networks and resources to benefit students.
- Network with enterprise and entrepreneurship educators from across the UK.
Enterprise education at universities spans teaching, learning, research and extra-curricular activities.
It’s not always clear how these functions can or should work together, so this event will look at different examples of collaboration to try and create a model (or models) of best practice. We will also explore ‘what’s next?’ for our entrepreneurial students and stakeholders, thinking about how to link them up effectively to the wider enterprise eco-system beyond the walls of the university.
We will theme discussions and activities around questions such as ‘how can enterprise education work effectively both within and outside of the curriculum?’, ‘do research, teaching and practice work together as much as we’d like them to?’, ‘how can we develop and expand the enterprise eco-system with local key players?’, and ‘how can student entrepreneurs help to build our enterprise communities?’As the University of Greenwich housed our enterprise activity together into a new enterprise hub, the Powerhouse in 2020, we will use this as a case study and invite other institutions to share their own experiences.
Speakers and panel members
- Professor Leigh Doster, Pro Vice Chancellor and Executive Dean of Greenwich Business School
- Rachel Brown, Head of Enterprise and Innovation, University of Greenwich
- Phil Kennedy, Senior Operations Manager, Foundervine
- Anthony Crowther, NX Hub Manager, Goldsmiths University of London
- Dr Byron Cole, Serial Award Winning Entrepreneur & Best-Selling Author
- Student Panel
Cost to attend
EEUK Members FREE
Outline of the day (subject to change)
|10.00 -10.15||Registration, networking, refreshments|
|10.15 – 10.45||Welcome
Professor Leigh Doster, Pro Vice-Chancellor, University of Greenwich
Enterprise Educators UK
|10:45 – 11:30||Joining the dots of Enterprise Education at the University of Greenwich (including breakout session)
Rachel Brown, University of Greenwich
|11.30 – 12.15||How to build an inclusive enterprise ecosystem outside of HE – the Foundervine journey (including breakout session)
Phil Kennedy, Foundervine
|12.15 – 13.15||Lunch|
|13.15 – 13.45||Student Panel Discussion: How can student entrepreneurs help to build our enterprise communities?
Student Entrepreneurs from the University of Greenwich
|13.45 – 14.30||How can we develop and expand the enterprise eco-system with local key players? (including breakout session)
Anthony Crowther, Goldsmiths University of London
|14.30 – 14.45||Tea/ coffee|
|14.45 – 15.30||The Power of Networking and Collaboration
Dr Byron Cole, Serial Award Winning Entrepreneur & Best-Selling Author
|15.30 – 15.45||Closing remarks|
Joining the dots of Enterprise Education: – Download the slides here.
Bookings are closed for this event.