Women in the UK found fewer businesses than their counterparts in otherwise similar countries, like Australia and the Netherlands.
We explore the evolution of university entrepreneurship and the increasing focus on building startups with impact.
In collaboration with the ASPECT network, we published a report on social business model innovation.
Strategy is probably one of the most amorphous and elusive words in business with a multitude of origins.
Although immigrants are responsible for starting one in seven of all UK companies, they face unique challenges that can prevent them from fulfilling their entrepreneurial potential.
Despite the huge challenges they often face, ethnic-minority entrepreneurs and businesses make a huge economic contribution to the UK.
71% of millennials recognise that entrepreneurial skills – such as taking risks, resilience and adaptability – are important traits, but far fewer feel confident in these skills. University is the perfect time to gain entrepreneurial skills.
The ASAP 2.0 Innovation project was put in place to act on post-program findings from our cohort and ASAP community to enable quicker and more effective commercialisation support of early stage social ventures on future ASAP programs.
Download a range of documents relating to this subject from the World World Economic Forum.
This series examines words that have become so ubiquitous as to render them useless.