Global Entrepreneurship Congress 2013 in Rio will include a fringe event by the Cambridge Centre for Entrepreneurial Learning, Dr Joanna Mills is looking forward to it.
Archive for the ‘International entrepreneurship’ Category
For many years Centre for Entrepreneurial Learning has successfully utilised mentoring and peer learning as key elements for many of its programmes and activities that are directed specifically at nascent and novice entrepreneurs. Mentoring, of course, provides the opportunity for such novices to learn firsthand from seasoned and experienced entrepreneurial individuals. And, whilst we might all agree that entrepreneurship is not a solo activity, here at Centre for Entrepreneurial Learning we also have a firm belief that the learning for entrepreneurship should not be solo either and so we encourage collaborative learning, most often with diverse groups of peers.
Dr Shai Vykarnam talks about the current crisis in the EU and why there’s a need for fewer rules that restrain entrepreneurs and more rules to restrain the elite.
By Dr Shai Vyakarnam Recently the Centre for Entrepreneurial Learning has been engaging with early stage CEOs from numerous countries to help them think about going international. It has been an interesting experience. There are several – sometimes controversial - issues that have arisen. One CEO I met in Mexico asked what the relevance of learning English [...]