Webinar recording: Driving entrepreneurship in the social sciencesBackResources
23rd September 2020
Part of the Aspect Annual Event 2020 webinar series, this session – Driving entrepreneurship in the social sciences, which took place on the 23rd September – showcased the work of the Masood Enterprise Centre in developing entrepreneurial skills among social scientists and discussed best practice in driving entrepreneurship.
You can find the full recording of the webinar, and other resources from the session, below.
- Tony Walker – Deputy Director of the Masood Enterprise Centre, Alliance Manchester Business School
- Laura Etchells – Enterprise Business Development Manager, Masood Enterprise Centre, Alliance Manchester Business School
- Ricardo Climent – Professor of Interactive Music Composition, University of Manchester
- Alison Edmonds – Director, Epic Steps Careers+
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