Lockdown saw an unexpected increase in mental health and well-being in the workplace, but Stephen Roper warns those gains have not been sustained.
This network aims to connect Warwick students, alumni, and academics with an interest in entrepreneurship, innovation, and creativity in business. You might want to start a business, take one to the next level, invest, or simply find partners. Whatever your stage of business development, we have a wealth of knowledge, experience, and resources to share with our members.
We work closely with Warwick Entrepreneurs, entrepreneurial student societies, and Warwick Ventures the University’s start-up incubator.
Have a look at the dedicated Entrepreneurship at WBS page to find a range of entrepreneurship related content, including courses, news stories, videos and more.
Yuval Millo explains how social entrepreneurs can use accounting methods to measure their success and create a powerful narrative for investors.
The Gender Index, supported by the WBS-based Enterprise Research Centre, found female-led firms attracted less investment and generated lower turnover.
Experienced venture capitalist John Lyon reveals how working as a team and managing potential faultlines are as vital to a start-up's success as finance.
Facebook recently saw its number of users fall for the first time in its history with TikTok being blamed by Mark Zuckerberg. Shweta Singh explains what's driving TikTok's success.
The Fourth Industrial Revolution will impact every sector and business. Mark Skilton and co-author Felix Hovsepian reveal in a new book just how to survive it.
Sakshi Mehta has been heading the digital transformation of her family business, but it wasn't until she learned about the Structuration Model of Technology that it really took off.
Askar Aituov has been at the heart of Kazakhstan's growing tech start-up scene and he says Kohli and Grover's frameworks which he learned at WBS have proved invaluable.
The UK Government has spoken of 'levelling up' disparities as part of its economic recovery plan following the pandemic. Nick Powdthavee believes they start with the entrepreneurial gender gap.